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/TWENTY-THIRDjANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 

OF THE 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 

1930 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by Herbert H. Ball, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1931 



THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



Charles A. Magrath Chairman 

Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A Commissioner 

C. Alfred Maguire .' Commissioner 

W. W. Pope Secretary 

F. A. Gaby, B.A.Sc, D.Sc Chief Engineer 



LIBRARY 

727493 

UN IVERSITY0rr0R0NT0_ 



To His Honour The Honourable William D. Ross, 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Honour the Twenty- 
third Annual Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
the fiscal year ending October 31, 1930. 

This Report covers all of the Commission's activities and also embodies 
the financial statements for the calendar year 1930, of the municipal electric 
utilities operating in conjunction with the various systems of the Commission 
and supplying electrical service to the citizens of the Province. 

Dealing, as it does, with a multiplicity of activities relating to several 
electrical systems obtaining power from thirty-seven hydro-electrical plants 
operated by the Commission, supplemented by power purchased from other 
sources, and recording financial and other data relating to the individual local 
municipal electric utilities, the Annual Report presents a large amount of 
statistical information, much of which must, of necessity, be of a summary 
character. 

The financial statements, the statistical data and the general information 
given, however, are so arranged and presented as to give a comprehensive 
survey of the Commission's operations. Not only does the Report record the 
progress made during the past year, but it gives, in addition, certain cumulative 
results for the various periods during which operation has been maintained 
in the respective municipalities. 

At the end of the fiscal year the number of municipalities served in Ontario 
by the Commission was 668. This number included 26 cities, 94 towns, 251 
villages and police villages and 297 townships. With the exception of 12 
suburban sections of townships known as voted areas, the townships and 79 
of the smaller villages are served as parts of 160 rural power districts. 

During the year, the Commission purchased the properties of the Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company, Limited, for the sum of $21,000,000. 
The capacity of the generating plants and contracts for power purchased 
amount to 83,900 horsepower. Power is delivered to a large number of munici- 
palities and industrial consumers in the territory extending from Port Colborne 
and St. Catharines to Hamilton, Brantford and Oakville. 



vi TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Constructional Activities 

The chief constructional activities of the Commission during the past 
year comprised the putting into service of the tenth unit at Queenston generating 
station on the Niagara river, the virtual completion of the Alexander power 
development on the Nipigon river, substantial progress of the Chats Falls 
development on the Ottawa river, the completion of the second 220,000-volt 
circuit on separate towers of the transmission line conveying Gatineau power 
from the Ottawa river to Leaside, Toronto, the addition of transformer capacity 
to many transforming and distributing stations, and the construction of no 
less than 1,890 additional miles of primary lines in rural power districts. 

The tenth generator at Queenston came into service in July, 1930, and the 
temporary bulkheads and walls at the north end of the generating station were 
replaced by permanent structures. It is interesting to note that the hydraulic 
equipment and the general design of the plant are essentially the same for the 
tenth as for the first unit. No important advances have taken place in plant 
design for hydraulic units of the head and capacity of those at Queenston, 
and therefore the original portions of the plant, although in service for nine 
years, are not in any degree obsolete. 

The virtual completion of the Alexander power development in October 
and the placing in service of the first generating unit, followed a season in which 
construction work was carried on very rapidly in order to take full advantage 
of the favourable weather during the summer months for the building of the 
main dam, which is a semi-hydraulic earth fill. This is the first dam of this 
type built by the Commission. The growth in load in the Thunder Bay system 
has been striking. It will be remembered that not many years ago doubt was 
expressed as to the possibility of the then partial development at Cameron 
Falls finding sufficient load to justify its construction. The load demands 
have been such as to necessitate the completion of the Cameron Falls develop- 
ment and the addition of the new Alexander development. Further studies 
and surveys are being made of the undeveloped head on the Nipigon river 
between Cameron Falls and lake Nipigon. 

Rapid progress is being made in the design and construction of the new 
development at Chats Falls on the Ottawa river. When completed, 192,000 
horsepower will be available at this site for the Commission's requirements. 

The second link between the Gatineau river plants and the Niagara system 
at Leaside-Toronto has been made by the completion of the second 220,000-volt 
circuit. This double-circuit line now in operation, provides sufficient trans- 
mission capacity to deliver all the power required at present from the east, for 
the Niagara system. Additional equipment at Toronto-Leaside transformer 
station has been installed, including the third and fourth banks of 15,000-kv-a. 
transformers. A 220,000-volt transformer station is being constructed at 
Chats Falls in connection with the development at that site. 

The regular growth in load necessitates each year a substantial increase in 
the transformer capacity in the various systems and the past year has been no 
exception. Seven 10,000-kv-a. transformers were purchased to replace 5,000- 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION vii 

kv-a. units in some of the 110,000-volt stations of the Niagara system. In the 
Georgian Bay system a 5,000-kv-a. frequency-changer set was installed at 
Hanover to permit further interchange of power between this and the Niagara 
system. 

Operating Conditions 

The customary high standard in the operation of the systems has been 
maintained throughout the year and the general service has been satisfactory 
and free from major failures of equipment. The extensive interconnection of 
transmission networks has continued to exert its beneficial effects in the 
economy of operation and continuity of service. Further progress has been 
made in the advantageous programme of interconnection and consolidation. 

Notwithstanding the prevailing industrial depression, the total load 
supplied by the Commission with respect to the territory reported upon in the 
last year's Report, has increased. In addition, there is recorded for 1930 a 
further increase in the loads supplied as a result of the inclusion in this year's 
Report of the loads of the undertakings, and companies purchased from the 
Dominion Power and Transmission Company, Limited, and the Bruce County 
service. It is appropriate to recall the fact that the 1929 increase in load over 
the previous year's total was exceptionally large. 

During the past year the output of the Commission's generating plants 
in the central and eastern parts of the Province was curtailed due to deficient 
stream flow resulting from subnormal precipitation. However, as a result of 
the interconnections made during recent years and the provisions for purchased 
power no restrictions of service were necessary in the Georgian Bay and Eastern 
Ontario systems. In the Nipissing district of the Northern Ontario system 
where interconnection with other districts is not yet provided, some restriction 
of load was unavoidable during December, 1929, and January, 1930, until a 
thaw gave relief. In the Sudbury district a flood in June caused a brief 
restriction of service. With these relatively minor exceptions, ample supplies 
of power have been continuously available in all systems. 



Cost of Electrical Service Furnished by the Commission 

The function of the Commission is not only to use its best endeavours to 
provide for the people of Ontario an adequate and reliable supply of 
electrical energy, but also to ensure that the cost of that electrical energy to 
the consumers shall be the minimum consistent with the financial stability of 
the enterprise. The success that has been attained in the accomplishment of 
the latter object may be appreciated by a careful study of the statistical data 
relating to the supply of electrical energy to consumers as given in Statement 
"D" and the actual rates to consumers as presented in Statement "E" in con- 
junction with the various financial statements of the Report. 



viii TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Growth in Load 

The following tabulation shows the growth in load in the various systems 
during the. year. 

DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS 

20-Minute Peak Horsepower 
System Coincident Peaks 

October December October December 

System 1929 1929 1930 1930 

Niagara system 949,732 970,509 1,000,670 1,028,400 

Dominion Power & Trans, system 58,579 61,528 

Georgian Bay system 22,118 22,961 23,355 25,591 

Eastern Ontario system* 82,299 90,800 88,678 93",560 

Thunder Bay system 77,117 64,588 73,968 61,300 

Northern Ontario system: 

Nipissing district 3,599 3,492 3,745 3,654 

Sudbury district 10,657 11,394 12,935 10,724 

Patricia district 1,582 1,521 

Total 1,145,522 1,163,744 1,263,512 1,286,278 



""'Eastern Ontario System" includes Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and 
Madawaska districts. 

Financial Summaries 

It will be observed that the financial statements embodied in this Report 
are presented in two main divisions, namely, a division — Section IX — which 
deals chiefly with the operations of the Commission in the generation, trans- 
formation and transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities; 
and a division — Section X — which deals with the various operations of the 
municipal electric utilities in the localized distribution of electrical energy to 
consumers. In Section IX, "Rural Operating" reports are also given, which 
summarize the results of the local distribution of rural electrical service by the 
Commission to the individual consumers in rural power districts. This work is 
performed by the Commission on behalf of the respective townships co-operating 
to provide rural service. 

The cumulative results of the operation of the several systems of the 
Commission as set forth in this Report demonstrate a sound financial condition. 

The total investment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $260,593,779.36, and the 
investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other assets is 
$99,054,262.47, making in power and hydro-electric railway undertakings a 
total investment of $359,648,041.83. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION ix 

Capital Investment 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective systems 
and municipal undertakings: 

Niagara system . .... $176,172,587.76 

Dominion Power & Transmission Co. and Subsidiaries 21,489,434.83 

Chats Falls development 2,137,230.18 

Georgian Bay system ..' . . 7,940,666 . 96 

Eastern Ontario system (including Madawaska, Ottawa and Nipissing 

districts) ' 20,917,182 .90 

Thunder Bay system 17,645,796.31 

Northern Ontario system — (Sudbury and Patricia districts) 3,297,543 . 10 

Hydro-electric railways 7,340,565 . 05 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 3,652,772.27 

$260,593,779.36 
Municipalities' distributing systems and other assets (exclusive of 
$17,346,372.44 of municipal sinking fund equity in H.E.P.C. 
system)— all systems 99,054,262.47 

$359,648,041.83 

Revenue of Commission 

The Commission collected from the municipal utilities and other customers, 
a total sum of $28,555,998.47. This sum was appropriated to meet all the 
necessary fixed charges and to provide for the expenses of operation and adminis- 
tration. After meeting all charges there was left a net surplus of $1,262,456.60. 

The following statement summarizes the Commission's collections from 
municipal electric utilities and other power customers for the year and shows 
how the collections have been appropriated: 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power customers $28,555,998.47 

Appropriated as follows: 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses .' . $19,772,039.08 

Reserves for sinking fund; renewals, contingencies and 

obsolescence provided in the year. . . 7,521,502.79 

27,293,541.87 

Net surplus credited to municipalities under cost contracts $1,262,456.60 

Note. — The above figures do not include the revenue from the operation of the undertakings and 
companies which were acquired by the Commission from the Dominion Power and 
Transmission Company, Limited, as from January 1st, 1930. From this date the Com- 
mission has continued the operation thereof under the various company franchises, and 
a separate revenue and expense statement is shown for these. 

Rural Electrical Service 

During the past few years very substantial progress has been made in 
Ontario . in the field of rural electrification. Practically all rural electrical 
service is now given through rural power districts which are operated directly 
by the Commission. There is now rather more than $12,665,000 invested in 
the rural power district systems established by the Commission. Towards 
this rural work the Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting 
the basic industry of agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 
50 per cent of the costs of transmission lines and equipment, or some $6,300,000. 
A total of 6,726 miles of transmission lines have been constructed to date, of 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



which 1,891 miles were constructed during the past year, a mileage which exceeds 
that constructed in any former year. There are now more than 46,000 customers 
supplied in the rural power districts. 

RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR YEAR 1930 



Niagara 
system 



Georgian 

Bay 

system 



Eastern 
Ontario 
system 



Totals 



Cost of power as provided to be paid under 
Power Commission Act 

Cost of operation, maintenance and adminis- 
tration 

Interest 

Renewals 

Obsolescence and contingencies 

Sinking fund 



$ c. 

615,089.29 

408,419.77 

186,962.86 

167,463.56 

83,731.78 

44,370.01 



$ c. 

48,685.64 

23,704.25 
14,705.71 
11,844.29 
11,844.29 
3,368.40 



$ c. 

97,793.94 

66,035.16 
31,997.23 
27,611.10 
13,805.55 
7,390.49 



$ c. 

761,568.87 

498,159.18 
233,665.80 
206,918.95 
109,381.62 
55,128.90 



Total expenses 

Revenue from customers. 



1,506,037.27 
1,628,018.20 



114,152.58 
109,933.71 



244,633.47 
260,299.70 



1,864,823.32 
1,998,251.61 



Surplus. 
Deficit. 



121,980.93 



15,666.23 



4,218.87 



137,647.16 
4,218.87 



Net surplus. 



133,428.29 



Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 

utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts with 

the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $30,241,820. 19 

Cost of power $17,323,077.97 

Operation, maintenance and administration 5,394,779.96 

Debenture charges and interest 4,028,276 . 07 

Depreciation 1 ,574,99 1 . 68 

Total 28,341,125 .68 

Surplus $1,900,694 . 5 1 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 

The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
$103,857,683.12, made up as follows: 

Niagara system $43,069,032 . 12 

Georgian Bay system 1,889,781.64 

Eastern Ontario system 4,123,718.36 

Thunder Bay system 2,165,992 .31 

Northern Ontario system 10,582 . 50 

Bonnechere storage 19,234 . 16 

Service buildings and equipment 570,210. 27 

Hydro-electric railways 102,951 . 70 

Insurance, workmen's compensation and staff pension insurance 2,993,346.59 

Total reserves of the Commission $54,944,849 . 65 

Total reserves of municipal electric utilities 48,912,833.47 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $103,857,683.12 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xi 

The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 
261, shows a total cash balance of $2,722,250.12, and bonds and other invest- 
ments of $1,909,439.11. The total surplus in the municipal books now 
amounts to $34,452,790.22 in addition to depreciation and sundry other 
reserves aggregating $14,460,043,25. 

The following is a brief summary of the principal operations relating to 
the several systems of the Commission: 

Niagara System 

The Niagara system embraces all the territory lying between Niagara 
Falls, Hamilton, and Toronto on the east, and Windsor, Sarnia, and Goderich 
on the west, served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara 
river, supplemented with purchased power transmitted from the Gatineau river. 

There has been a steady increase in the number of consumers in this district 
and also in the load supplied by the Commission to the municipalities. Power 
supplied to the Commission by the Gatineau Power Company is received by the 
Commission at the interprovincial boundary on the Ottawa river and is 
transmitted over two 220,000-volt, steel-tower transmission lines to Leaside. 
The construction of the second circuit, on separate steel towers, was completed 
during the year and put into operation in order to assist in carrying the heavy 
winter load. A third circuit line from Leaside to Chats Falls is under con- 
struction. 

The arrangements already made will ensure for this system an adequate 
supply of power for a number of years ahead. In addition to the contracts 
for Gatineau river power, the Commission has entered into an agreement with 
the Chats Falls Power Company for the joint construction of a plant at Chats 
Falls on the Ottawa river having a capacity of 216,000 horsepower, the Com- 
mission is to purchase the Company's half of this power for a term of years. 
Power amounting to 250,000 horsepower developed on the St. Lawrence river 
will also be purchased from the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company, 
and 125,000 horsepower to be delivered to the Commission as required from a 
plant on the Lievre River is contracted for from the James MacLaren Company, 
Limited. 

The tenth unit in the Queenston generating plant, which was arranged for 
in 1928 was placed in operation on July 4, 1930, and is available to assist in 
taking care of the winter load for 1930-31. 

The purchase of undertakings and companies from the Dominion Power 
and Transmission Company, Limited, has already been referred to. Since their 
acquisition by the Commission the operation of these properties has been con- 
tinued by the same staff and on the same basis. The co-ordination of this 
system with the Niagara system will be carried out as may be found to be to the 
mutual advantage of both. 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Niagara system is $176,172,587.76, and the accumulated 
reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking fund, aggregate 



xii TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

$43,069,032.12. This is exclusive of the undertakings and companies purchased 
from the Dominion Power and Transmission Company, Limited, for which 
separate statements of assets and liabilities, and operations are presented. 

From the rural power districts of this system, which are directly operated 
by the Commission, the revenue received for the year from customers was 
$1,628,018.20, and the total cost of supplying the service was $1,506,037.27, 
leaving a balance of $121,980.93, which is placed to the credit of the districts 
in this system. The greater part of this surplus is returnable to the users in 
the form of reduced rates. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various municipalities of the 
Niagara system, the actual cost of power during the year was $827,049.01 less 
than the total amount collected at the interim rates, and this sum has been 
credited to the Municipal Utilities. The total net surplus for the year from the 
operation of the various municipal electric utilities was $1,215,442.02, after 
providing $1,342,130.60 for depreciation and $1,643,661.24 for the retirement of 
instalment and sinking fund debentures. 

Nine municipal utilities had small deficits upon the year's operations, 
aggregating $1,886.09, whereas the total combined surplus of the other municipal 
electric utilities served by this system was $2,559,458.71. The total revenue 
of the municipal electric utilities served by this system was $24,831,168.71, an 
increase of $655,292.70. 

Georgian Bay System 

The Georgian Bay system comprises the area which includes the counties 
of Bruce, Grey, Dufferin, and Simcoe, and -the northern portions of Huron, 
Wellington, and Ontario, also a large portion of the district of Muskoka, all of 
which areas are adjacent to Georgian Bay. 

Electrical energy is obtained from two developments on the Severn river, 
one on the Beaver river, and three on the Muskoka river, also from two frequency 
changer stations tied in with the Niagara system. The total capacity of this 
system exceeds 30,000 horsepower and all of the developments are tied together 
through a network of transmission lines. The 5,000-kv-a. frequency-changer 
set situated at Hanover was completed and placed in operation during the year. 
Power is delivered from the Niagara system at Kitchener over a 110,000-volt 
transmission line. 

During the year, negotiations were completed with the Public Utilities 
Consolidated Corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the purchase of what 
is known as the "Foshay" interests in Bruce county, covering the Saugeen 
Electric Light and Power Company and the Walkerton Electric Light and 
Power Company. The Commission on behalf of the municipalities has assumed 
control and they now form part of the Georgian Bay system. 

The village of Windermere entered into an agreement for a supply of power 
on the standard cost basis. 

Notwithstanding the prevailing industrial depression, there was this year a 
considerable increase in the power sold throughout this system, due in part to 
a marked expansion in the rural districts. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xiii 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Georgian Bay sytem is $7,940,666.96, and the accumulated 
reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking fund, aggregate 
$1,889,476.03. 

From the rural power districts of this system, which are directly operated 
by the Commission, the revenue received for the year from customers was 
$109,933.71, and the total cost of supplying the service was $114,152.58, leaving 
a balance of $4,218.87, which has been charged to the districts in this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various municipalities of the 
Georgian Bay system, the actual cost of power during the year was $20,805.38 
less than the total amount collected at the interim rates, and this has been 
credited to the municipal utilities. The total net surplus for the year from the 
operation of the various municipal electric utilities was $40,419.66, after 
providing $54,452.40 for depreciation and $54,212.34 for the retirement of 
instalment and sinking fund debentures. Twelve municipal utilities had 
small deficits upon the year's operations, aggregating $13,337.99, whereas the 
total combined surplus of the other electric utilities served by this system was 
$53,757.65. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this 
system was $1,051,101.54, an increase of $6,465.06. . 

Eastern Ontario System 

This system now serves the whole of that portion of Ontario east of the 
areas served by the Georgian Bay and Niagara systems. Consolidation of the 
Central Ontario and Trent systems with the St. Lawrence, Rideau and Ottawa 
systems, making up the Eastern Ontario system, was undertaken because 
of the necessary interchange of power supply and for other reasons which made 
it impracticable longer to operate these systems separately; final details for 
consolidation were completed during the year. The properties of the Galetta 
Electric Light & Power Company, and the Calabogie Power Company, known 
as the Madawaska system, have also been added to form part of this system. 

During the year the Commission completed the purchase of the Beach Rural 
Electric System lines serving rural customers in the townships of Matilda, 
Williamsburg, Mountain, Winchester and South Gower, and with this purchase 
agreement an arrangement was made for the purchase of a supply of 500 horse- 
power from the Beach Estate at Iroquois, which power is consolidated with the 
Eastern Ontario system supplies and is used to supply the rural lines purchased 
from the Beach Rural Electric System, Limited. 

The Commission disposed of the local distribution systems, forming part 
of the Central Ontario district properties in the towns of Brighton, Port Hope 
and Napanee. These properties were purchased by the respective municipalities 
and agreements were entered into for a supply of power on the standard cost 
basis. The municipalities of Madoc and Stirling whose fixed rate contracts 
for power expired December 31, 1929, also entered into agreements for power 
supply on the standard cost basis. The village of Cardinal also entered into 
an agreement for a supply of power from this system during the year. 

The Ottawa district embraces the city of Ottawa, the village of Richmond, 
and the Nepean rural power district. The city of Ottawa "Hydro" system has 



xiy TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

continued the steady growth experienced in other years. There has also been 
much expansion in the rural district. During the year the city has 
received an augmented supply of power from the Commission through the new 
high-tension station constructed jointly by the Provincial Commission and the 
Ottawa Hydro Commission. This power is taken at 110,000 volts from the 
supply made available under the contract with the Gatineau Power Company. 

Reflecting the general industrial depression the load requirements of the 
Eastern Ontario system were slightly lower than was anticipated. The normal 
yearly increment of 6,000 horsepower under the contract with the Gatineau 
Power Company, together with power generated by the Commission has provided 
ample power for all the customers of this system. 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Eastern Ontario system is $20,917,182.90, and the 
accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking fund 
aggregate $4,123,718.36. 

From the rural power districts of this system, which are directly operated 
by the Commission, the revenue received for the year from customers was 
S260,299.70, and the total cost of supplying the service was $244,633.47, leaving 
a balance of $15,666.23, which is placed to the credit of the districts in this 
system. The greater part of this surplus is returnable to the users in the form 
of reduced rates. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various municipalities of the 
Eastern Ontario system, the actual cost of power during the year was $58,783.30 
less than the total amount collected at the interim rates and this has been credited 
to the municipal utilities. The total net surplus for the year from the operation 
of the various municipal electric utiltities was $373,651.95, after providing 
$143,712.83 for depreciation and $108,377.27 for the retirement of instalment 
and sinking fund debentures. Three municipal utilities had small deficits 
upon the year's operations, aggregating $1,727.35, whereas the total combined 
surplus of the other electric utilities served by this system was $375,379.30. 
The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system was 
$2,887,135.45, an increase of $385,102.53. 

Thunder Bay System 

The Thunder Bay system comprises that portion of the district of Thunder 
Bay adjacent to Lake Superior, and includes the lake-head cities of Port Arthur 
and Fort William, and the village of Nipigon. In addition to supplying electrical 
service in the three municipalities, power is supplied chiefly for grain elevators 
and pulp and paper mills. Due to industrial depression which has largely affected 
these two industries this system has not made as good a showing as it 
would have done had trade conditions been normal. In spite of this handicap, 
however, the showing for the year has been satisfactory. 

The first unit of the new Alexander development, situated one and one- 
half miles below Cameron Falls, was placed in operation for the first time during 
the year, and the entire development is now about 98 per cent complete. As 
soon as the other two units are completed and placed in operation an additional 
54,000 horsepower will be made available, which, together with the Cameron 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xv 

Falls development, will make available a total capacity of 129,000 horsepower 
for this system. 

The Commission has, in the Thunder Bay system, a total investment of 
$17,645,796.31, and accumulated reserves for renewals, contingencies, and sinking 
fund aggregate $2,165,992.31. 

The total revenue collected by the Commission for power provided for the 
municipalities and sold to private companies connected to this system was 
$1,420,236.89, which exceeded the cost of power supplied by $2,665.87, which 
sum has been credited to the three municipalities operating under cost contracts 
in this district. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in this 
system was $1,472,414.49. The three municipalities served by this system 
operated with a net surplus of $271,180.88, after providing depreciation to the 
extent of $34,695.85 and $21,810.77 for the retirement of debentures. 

Northern Ontario System 

In this system are grouped three districts, at present independent, which 
serve portions of northern Ontario. The Nipissing district, formerly known 
as the Nipissing system, has been operated by the Commission for a number of 
years; the Sudbury district was formerly served by the Wahnapitae Power 
Company recently acquired by the Commission, and the Patricia district is a 
new district recently established. 

Nipissing District 

This district includes the city of North Bay, the town of Powassan, and 
the villages of Callander and Nipissing, all of which lie immediately east of lake 
Nipissing. Power is obtained from three hydro-electric developments on the 
South river, namely, Nipissing, Bingham Chute and. Elliott Chute. 

Sudbury District 

This district comprises the southern portions of the district of Algoma, 
Sudbury, and Nipissing, and is at present supplied with power from three 
developments on the Wahnapitae river, recently purchased by the Commission 
from the Wahnapitae Power Company. 

A special investigation was made covering the delivery of a large block of 
power to this district for the mining industry, and a contract was finally executed 
between the Ontario Power Service Corporation and the Commission, covering 
a supply of 100,000 horsepower from a development at Abitibi Canyon on the 
Abitibi river about fifty miles north of Cochrane. The first delivery of this 
power will be made during the latter part of next year. 

Patricia District 

Power is served from a development at Ear Falls at the foot of Lac Seul, 
the present capacity of which is 5,000 horsepower. Power was delivered for 
the first time during the year to The Howey Gold Mines Limited, which is the 
only customer in this district at the present time, but a large block of power 
is available for any mining or other industry desiring same, and it is expected 
that this development will prove to be of great service to the district. 



xvi TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The Annual Report 

The Table of Contents, pages xxi and xxii, conveys a good understanding 
of the scope of the matters dealt with in the Report, to which there is also a 
comprehensive Index. To those not conversant with the Commission's Reports 
the following notes will be useful. 

In Section II, pages 6 to 55, dealing with the Operation of the Systems, are 
a number of interesting diagrams showing, graphically, the increase in the loads 
on the various systems. Tables are also presented showing the amounts of 
power taken by the various municipalities during the past three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III, on pages 64 to 79. 
The power distributed to rural districts is, and possibly must always be, but 
a relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. The 
supplying of electrical service in rural areas, and especially on the farm, has, 
however, been of great economic benefit to Ontario. The Provincial Government 
grants-in-aid to this work have been of value to agricultural activities, and have 
assisted the Commission to extend transmission lines to many areas. 

In Section IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About three-fifths of the Report is devoted to statistical, financial data 
which are presented in two Sections, IX and X. 

Section IX presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the Commission chiefly in the generation, transformation and 
transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities. It is 
introduced by an important explanatory statement which appears on page 
137 to 141, to which special reference should be made. 

Section X presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the municipalities in the localized distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers. It also contains details of the costs of electrical energy to 
consumers in the various municipalities and tabular statements of the rates in 
force which have produced these costs. An explanation of the various tables 
and statements is given at the commencement of this Section on pages 255-257; 
and a special introduction to Statement "D," which relates to the cost of 
electrical service in Ontario, together with a diagram, appears on pages 366 to 369. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its adminis- 
tration. Explanatory statements descriptive of the operations of the Com- 
mission in various branches of its work are suitably placed throughout the 
Report in order that the citizens of the Province may be kept fully informed 
upon the working-out of the Commission's policies. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 

In conclusion, I should like to refer to the retirement from the Chairmanship 
of the Commission of Mr. Charles A. Magrath. 

As may be recalled, Mr. Magrath was appointed to the Chairmanship on 
September 12, 1925, and his retirement became effective on February 6, 1931. 

During his tenure of office, Mr. Magrath in devoting himself to the general 
administrative work of the Commission gave special attention to strengthening 
the Commission's position with respect to its financial reserves, but perhaps the 
outstanding effort which he put forth was in connection with the provision for 
future supplies of electrical energy to meet the needs of Ontario municipalities. 
All sources of possible supply were reviewed. The production of additional 
hydro-electric power from water powers owned by the Province was most 
carefully considered and furthered wherever economically possible; definite 
attention was given to the desirability or otherwise of developing steam-electric 
power, and the possibilities of purchasing power in large blocks to be supplied 
from sites owned or controlled by private organizations were examined. 

There are two main sources of power from international waters in which 
the Province possesses a definite but not a sole interest— the Niagara and the 
St. Lawrence rivers, and there is also the inter-provincial Ottawa river. Mr. 
Magrath's experience in connection with matters before the International Joint 
Commission acquainted him with the fact that programmes for the development 
or utilization of international waters have sometimes had to proceed much more 
slowly than might superficially have been expected from preliminary favourable 
circumstances. To the solving of problems arising in connection with efforts 
to expedite development of these power sources, Mr. Magrath brought special 
experience. 

For more than ten years the problem of the development of the St. Lawrence 
river for navigation and power has been the subject of special investigation and 
effort by the two Federal Governments concerned, but as yet no plan of 
development has been finally determined upon and, consequently, the 
Commission has never received sufficient authority to enable it to proceed 
with the development of Ontario's share of the St. Lawrence river power. 
Moreover, the Commission had to reckon with the fact that the evidence of 
engineers has been that from five to eight years would be required to complete 
such a development as the St. Lawrence. Consequently, even were the St. 
Lawrence development commenced, constructional work and preliminaries 
incident thereto might occupy up to eight years before the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission could reasonably hope to obtain its full share of St. Lawrence 
power, and therefore no hope for an early supply of power from this source 
could be entertained. 

With respect to power at Niagara: In 1926, a Special International Niagara 
Board was appointed to determine how the erosion of Niagara Falls could be 
arrested, how the preservation of their scenic beauty could best be effected, 
and what, if any, waters additional to those allotted under the Boundary Waters 
Treaty of 1909-10 could be diverted either temporarily or permanently for 
further power development. Consequent upon the Report which this Board 
made, a proposed Treaty was drawn up by representatives from both the 
countries concerned providing for an additional diversion of water for power 
from Niagara, but the proposed measure was rejected by the United States 



xviii TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Senate in January, 1931. In view of the uncertainty respecting the outcome of 
these negotiations, the Commission was not justified in counting upon Niagara 
waters as a source of additional power supply in the near future. 

With regard to the Ottawa river, until recently, the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission was unable to proceed in Ontario because claims made under the 
Charter of the Georgian Bay Canal Company were not definitely cleared away 
until this Charter was terminated by Federal action in 1927. 

Confronted with such circumstances and restrictions — the bearing of which 
upon the Commission's work was appreciated by no one more clearly than by Mr. 
Magrath — the Commission believed that the best means of providing adequate 
power supplies for the immediate future consisted in purchasing power in large 
blocks at the best prices possible. After comprehensive survey of the various 
possibilities, the Commission in 1926 and subsequent years consummated 
several contracts for purchased power. These purchases consist of 260,000 
horsepower from the Gatineau Power Company; a further contract covering 
an additional 60,000 horsepower also from the Gatineau; 250,000 horsepower 
from the Beauharnois development being made in Quebec on the St. Lawrence 
river; 125,000 horsepower from the Maclaren development on the Lievre river, 
also in Quebec; 96,000 horsepower from the Quebec portion of the Chats Falls 
development on the Ottawa river; and 100,000 horsepower to be developed at 
the Abitibi Canyon on the Abitibi river in Ontario. The Commission will also 
have 96,000 horsepower from its own portion of the development at Chats 
Falls. These provisions for power, together with the output of the Commission's 
existing generating plants, will aggregate in all some 2,000,000 horsepower 
by 1937. 

Throughout the important considerations involved in these transactions, 
Mr. Magrath's wide business experience, his foresight, and his care to ensure 
not only that the needs of the municipalities of Ontario were provided for, but 
also that the interests of the municipalities were safeguarded, were features 
which carried forward the Commission's policy under his Chairmanship, and 
will be remembered by his colleagues with gratitude. 

The work covered by this Report was performed under the Chairmanship of 
Mr. Magrath and it affords me much pleasure on behalf of my fellow-commissioner, 
Mr. Maguire, and on my own behalf to bear testimony here to the zealous and 
careful manner in which Mr. Magrath devoted himself to his public trust and 
to testify also to the sympathetic and painstaking manner in which he co- 
operated with his colleagues to deal satisfactorily with all issues which concerned 
the Commission's welfare. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. R. Cooke, 

Acting Chairman 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 



Toronto Ontario, March 31st, 1931. 



Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A., 

Acting Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith the Twenty-third Annual 
Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended October 31st, 1930. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 



CONTENTS 

Section page 

I. Legal Proceedings: 

Acts (see also Appendix I) 1 

Right-of-way ----- 3 



II. Operation of the System: 

General ' ' - 6 

Niagara system ----- 1 1 

Georgian Bay System - - - - 24 

Eastern Ontario system - - - - -.--'- - - - 30 

Thunder Bay system 45 

Northern Ontario system - -. - - - - - - - - 48 



III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system - - ----- 56 

Georgian Bay system ------ 60 

Eastern Ontario system - 61 

Thunderj*Bay system - - - - - 63 

Northern Ontario system 63 

Rural Electrical Service ------ 64 



IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

General 80 

Niagara system ------------- 80 

Georgian Bay system ------ 82 

Eastern Ontario system ----------- 83 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 86 

Northern Ontario system - - 88 

Hydraulic investigations - - 89 



V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system 90 

Georgian Bay system 96 

Eastern Ontario system 97 

Thunder Bay system - - - - 98 

Northern Ontario system 100 

Power developments under construction 101 



VI. Transmission, Distribution and Rural systems (see also Appendices II and III): 

Niagara system 102 

Georgian Bay system 106 

Eastern Ontario system 107 

Thunder Bay system - 107 

Northern Ontario system - - - 108 

Telephone lines all systems - - 108 

Distribution and rural systems 108 



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Section page 

VII. Laboratories 109 

Electrical Inspection 118 



VIII. Electric Railways: 

Essex district railways 121 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore railway -------- 125 

guelph district railways --.... 132 



IX. Financial Statements re Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 

Explanatory statement respecting the accounts 137 

General detailed statement of assets and liabilities - - - - 142 

Dominion Power & Transmission --------- 152 

Niagara system - 156 

Georgian Bay system 202 

Eastern Ontario system - 220 

Thunder Bay system ------- 240 

Sudbury and Patricia districts ---------- 244 

Provincial Treasurer, account with -------- 246 

Hydro-Electric railways 248 

Appropriations, advances and capital expenditures ----- 250 



X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement 255 

Consolidated balance sheet 258 

Consolidated operating report 262 

Statement A— Balance sheets --------- 266 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports - - 308 

Statement C — Respecting street lights -------- 350 

Statement D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of consumers, 

AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR, ETC. - - - 366 

Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING AND POWER SERVICE - - - 384 



Appendix I. Acts - 401 

Appendix II. Transmission Line Records - - 443 

Appendix III. Distribution Lines and Systems 462 

Index 469 



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ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Decew Falls Power Development Frontispiece 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Farm home in Ontario using Hydro service - - 64 

Small automatic water-pumping system 65 

Three-horsepower motor in barn ---------- 66 

Demonstration of appliances at Provincial plowing match ----- 67 

Electrically equipped kitchen in farm home 69 

Ontario Power Plant — Niagara Falls: 

Construction of concrete envelope for No. 3 conduit, two views - - - 81 

Chats Falls Development— Ottawa River: 

main cofferdam from downstream side --------- 83 

Ragged Chute sluices completed ----------- 85 

Bulkhead dam on Chabot Island - • - - - - - , - - - - 85 

General view of power-house excavation --------- 85 

Alexander Power Development — Nipigon River: 

Water flowing over spilLwall - 86 

Main dam looking toward power-house 87 

Headworks ---------- - 87 

Queenston Generating Station — Niagara River: 

Completed station showing the addition for the tenth unit - - - - 91 

Port Colborne Transformer Station - 91 

Toronto-Leaside Transformer Station: 

Outdoor synchronous condensers, 25,000-kv-a. capacity 93 

Transformer banks and 13,000-volt equipment 93 

Guelph Transformer Station 95 

Alexander Power Development — Nipigon River: 

Generating station from downstream side 99 

Generator room under construction ---------- 99 

Gatineau-Toronto Transmission Line — 220,000 volts ------- 103 

Moving Towers at Burlington Canal Crossing 103 

Queenston — St. Thomas 110, 000- Volt Transmission Line 105 

The Laboratories: 

Oscillograph record of electrical quantities during transient conditions - 111 

test of reflecting signals for motor vehicles - - - - - - - 113 

Field laboratory at Chats Falls for concrete testing 115 

Windsor, Essex and Lakeshore Railway: 

View at Pelton --------------- 127 

Passenger car --------------- 128 

Interior of observation car ------------ 128 

Interior of passenger car ------------- 129 

Interior of observation car ------------ 129 

Guelph District Railways: 

Interurban parlor coach - - 133 

City bus 133 



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DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

Niagara system — Peak loads, 1910 to 1930 12 

oil i nston generating station — peak loads, 1922 to 1930 - - - 13 

Ontario Power generating station — Peak loads, 1926 to 1930 - 14 

Toronto Power generating station — Peak loads, 1927 to 1930 ----- 15 

Niagara system — Monthly kilowatt-hours taken by the, 1918 to 1930 - - - 17 

Niagara system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 18 

Georgian Bay system — Peak loads, 1919 to 1930 - - - 25 

Georgian Bay system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 26 

Eastern Ontario system — Peak loads, for all districts, 1928 to 1930 - - - - 31 

Central Ontario district — Peak loads, 1916 to 1930 33 

St. Lawrence district — Peak loads, 1921 to 1930 34 

rldeau district — peak loads, 1921 to 1930 35 

Precipitation diagram — Otonabee watershed -------- 37 

Central Ontario district — General operating data ------ sg 

Eastern Ontario system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 40 

Ottawa district — Peak loads, 1917 to 1930 40 

Madawaska district — Peak loads, 1929 and 1930 - 41 

Madawaska district — Diagram of stations 41 

Thunder Bay system — Diagram of stations - - 45 

Thunder Bay system — Peak loads, 1916 to 1930 -------- 47 

Northern Ontario system — Diagram of stations - 49 

NlPISSING DISTRICT — PEAK LOADS, 1921 TO 1930 - - - - ... 51 

Sudbury district — Peak loads, 1930 - 53 

Patricia district — Peak loads, 1930 - 55 

Rural power districts — Mileage of primary lines approved 70 

Rural power districts — Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1930 ----- 71 

Electrical Inspection department— Chart illustrating operations - - - - 119 

Essex District railways — Operating statistics - 123 

Windsor, Essex & Lakeshore railway — Map 125 

Windsor, Essex & Lakeshore railway — Operating statistics - - 7 - - 131 

Guelph District railways — Operating statistics - - - 135 

Cost of electrical service in Municipalities served by The Hydro-Electric Power 

Commission - 367 



MAPS 

Dominion Power transmission lines - - At end of volume 

Transmission lines and stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario At end of volume 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Hydro- Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 



At the 1930 session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 
seven Acts relating to the work of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario were passed. These are reproduced in full in Appendix I to this report. 
The short titles to- the said Acts are as follows: 

The Power Commission Act, 1930, Chapter 12. 

The Central Ontario Power Act, 1930, Chapter 13. 

The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930, Chapter 14. 

The Rural Power District Service Charge Act, 1930, Chapter 15. 

The Power Commission and Companies Transfer Act, 1930, Chapter 16. 

The Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Act, 1930, Chapter 17. 

The Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Railway Act, 1930, Chapter 18. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
and the municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder given 
were approved by Order-in-Council dated the 19th day of November, 1930. 



Cities 

Belleville Aug. 29, 1929. 

Oshawa Aug. 19, 1929. 

Ottawa Oct. 1, 1928. 



Towns 
Napanee Feb. 



3, 1930. 



Port Hope Jan. 27, 1930. 



Southampton Oct. 

Whitby Feb. 



23, 1929. 
22, 1927. 



Villages 

Brighton Feb. 11, 1930. 

Cardinal Nov. 15, 1929. 

Madoc Feb. 5, 1930. 

Stirling* Jan. 13, 1930. 

Windermere Nov. 16, 1929. 

Townships 

Adjala June 1, 1929. 

Admaston Mar. 22, 1930. 

Ameliasburg May 6, 1929. 

Arthur Aug. 11, 1930. 



Townships — Continued 

Ashfield June 7 

Bastard and Burgess South. . .April 13 
Bastard and Burgess South. . . Dec. 16 

Cambridge April 7 

Cartwright Aug. 8 

Cramahe May 2 

Crosby South Oct. 29 

Crosby South '. . . . . May 2 

Crowland Mar. 28 

Cumberland April 7 

Dummer June 23 

Dunn May 15 

East Luther Aug. 10 

East Whitby May 6 

East Whitby Aug. 2 

East Williams Sept. 15 

East Zorra Mar. 1 1 

Egremont Feb. 4 

Emily Sept. 2 

Essa Aug. 5 

Etobicoke Mar. 25 

Fenelon. . . May 12 



1930. 
1929. 
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1930. 
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No. 26 



Townships — Continued 



Finch Nov. 5, 1928. 

Fitzroy April 26, 1930. 

Front of Escott April 1, 1929. 

Front of Leeds and Lans- 

downe April I, 1929. 

Front of Leeds and Lans- 

downe Nov 

Front of Yonge April 



4, 

1, 

Glenelg April 12, 

11, 
14, 
U, 

9, 
19, 

3, 



1929. 
1929. 
1930. 
1928. 
1929. 
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1930. 
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1930. 
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Goderich Dec 

Gosfield South Sept 

Grey May 

Hamilton July 

Hibbert Aug. 

Hillier Oct. 

Horton April 10, 

Houghton April 9, 

Howick Mar. 4, 

Hungerford June 11, 

Huntingdon May 16, 1930' 

Huron May 26, 1930' 

Kitley Nov. 29, 1928. 

Lochiel Aug. 26, 1929. 

Loughborough April 17, 1929. 

Manvers May 30, 1929. 

Manvers Feb. 5, 1930. 

Matilda May 1, 1930. 

McKillop May 25, 1929. 

Medonte Oct. 15, 1929. 

Medonte July 4, 1930. 

Morris July 15, 1929. 



Morrison April 29 

North Walsingham Nov. 30 

Orillia July 2 

Osnabruck April 2 

Osprey Sept. 8 

Oxford June 24 

Pittsburg June 3 

Plantagenet North Aug. 23 

Plantagenet South Aug. 23 

Portland Nov. 4 

Rainham April 7 

Rear of Escott and Yonge. . . . Nov. 17 
Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne . Aug. 1 
Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne . Jan. 18 

South Dumfries Nov. 14 

South Elmsley June 25 

South Grimsby Feb. 11 

Stanley Dec. 1 1 

Stephenson Mar. 15 

Thorold Mar. 3 

Tiny May 13 

Tossorontio Aug. 16 

Tossorontio Nov. 18 

Trafalgar Nov. 30 

Tuckersmith June 12 

Tyendinaga Dec. 15 

Walpole April 10 

West Ferris Mar. 9 

Yarmouth July 15 

United Townships of Belmont 

and Methuen May 25 



Corporations 

American Cyanamid Company May 30 

American Cyanamid Company ' Oct. 25 

American Cyanamid Company Dec. 12 

American Cyanamid Company July 1 

Atlas Construction Company, Ltd Dec. 3 1 

Beaverwood Fibre Company, Ltd Nov. 30 

Canadian Salt Company, Ltd Feb. 29 

The Cooksville Company, Ltd . . . April 1 

Denison Tile Company, Ltd Sept. 1 

Department of Railways and Canals (re Golops Canal) April 22 

Department of Railways and Canals (Prescott Elevator) Sept. 8 

Dominion Sewer Pipe and Clay Industries, Ltd June 1 

Dominion Woollens & Worsteds, Ltd May 1 

Dufferin Construction Company, Ltd July 17 

The Electro Metallurgical Company of Canada, Ltd Nov. 7 

The Electro Metallurgical Company of Canada, Ltd May 29 

Exolon Company, Inc April 1 

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd Mar. 1 

The Hamilton Cataract Power, Light and Traction Company, Ltd Dec. 13 

Howard Smith Paper Mills, Ltd Nov. 1 

Howey Gold Mines, Ltd April 25 

International Nickel Company, Ltd June 19 

Fred Lepofsky and Harry Lepofsky (Streetsville Creamery) Mar. 1 

Lionite Abrasives, Ltd Feb. 3 

Milton Brick, Ltd Feb. 1 

Norton Company Sept. 1 

Norton Company May 25 

Norton Company May 5 

Ontario Paper Company, Ltd May 1 

Oshawa Railway Oct. 1 

Port Credit Brick, Ltd Mar. 18 

J. P. Porter & Sons April 1 

Republic Carbon Company, Inc Aug. 1 

St. Mary's Cement Co., Ltd June 17 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



Corporations— Continued 

Strathcona Paper Company, Ltd Oct. 31, 1928. 

Strathcona Paper Company, Ltd Nov. 1, 1929. 

Union Natural Gas Company of Canada, Ltd .Sept. 1, 1929. 

Union Natural Gas Company of Canada, Ltd May 1, 1930. 



Rural Power Lines 



Right-of-Way 



During the year extensive construction work has been carried on in different 
parts of the Province on rural power lines. The principal rural power districts 
in which work of this nature has been proceeded with are as follows: Apple 
Hill, Alliston, Alexandria, Aylmer, Ayr, Bond Lake, Belleville, Brockville, 
Baden, Barrie, Beamsville, Beaumaris, Bowmanville, Brigden, Bothwell, 
Brighton, Brant, Clinton, Caledonia, Cobourg, Chesterville, Colborne, Creemore, 
Dorchester, Drumbo, Elora, Elmvale, Gait, Hawkestone, Innisfil, Ingersoll, 
Kingsville, Kingston, London, Maxville, Martintown, Mariposa, Millbrook, 
Merlin, Nepean, Napanee, Newcastle, Newmarket, Oshawa, Peterborough, 
Port Hope, Prescott, Pickering, Port Perry, Ridgetown, St. Marys, St. Jacobs 
Smiths Falls, Stirling, Stratford, Sparrow Lake, Simcoe, Strathroy, Trenton, 
Thamesville, Thornton, Uxbridge, Utterson, Welland, Woodbridge, Wellington, 
Waterford, Walsingham, Woodstock. 

In this connection it was necessary to secure right-of-way in many cases 
where the lines could not be located on public roads, as well as to settle for 
tree-trimming rights in a number of cases, and for claims for damages to fences 
and crops where it was found expedient to locate the lines on private property. 
Arrangements also had to be made with the Department of Public Highways, 
as well as county and municipal authorities having control of the various roads 
upon which this work was carried on. 

Low-Tension Lines 

The number of low-tension lines under construction during the year exceeded 
that of the previous year by nearly one hundred per cent. The construction of 
these lines also rendered it necessary to secure the usual tree-trimming rights, 
pole rights, settlements for anchors, and damage claims. The following list 
shows the various lines on which work of this nature was carried on during 
the year: 



Todmorden Junction to Brinlock. 

Guelph to Georgetown. 

Hanover Station to Walkerton Junction. 

Tara to Southampton. 

Saugeen Junction to Derby Mills Junction. 

Gravenhurst Junction to Kilworthy Junction. 

High Falls* to Balderson Station. 

Smiths Falls to Rideau Junction. 

Rideau Junction to Merrickville Station. 

Williamsburg to Winchester. 

Brockville to Athens. 

Cornwall Junction to Winchester Junction. 

Beaumaris to Huntsville. 

Dundas to Caledonia. 

Guelph to Ontario Agricultural College 

Junction. 
Preston to Kitchener. 
Kitchener to Waterloo. 
Kitchener to Baden Junction. 
Woodstock to London. 



Woodstock to Dufferin Construction Com- 
pany, Innerkip. 

Woodstock to Norwich. 

St. Thomas to St. Clair. 

Brant to Brantford. 

Essex to Maidstone. 

Essex to Canada Salt Company Junction. 

York to Weston. 

Wiltshire to Weston. 

Wabash Junction to Thorold. 

McCabe Avenue Junction to Crowland 
Junction. 

Lucan to Exeter. 

Exeter to Kent. 

Mount Brydges Junction to Strathroy. 

Dorchester Junction to Asylum Junction 

Elginfield Junction to Lucan. 

Reformatory Junction to Rockwood Junction. 

Acton to Georgetown. 

St. Jacobs Junction to Elmira. 



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Low Tension Lines — Continued 

Dublin to Seaforth Junction. Woodbridge Station to Kleinburg Station. 

Sebringville Junction to Milverton Junction. Watford Station to Alvinston Station. 

Aylmer Junction to Aylmer Station. Sarnia Junction to Forest Junction. 

Paris Junction to Paris Station. Calabogie to Burnstown. 

Streetsville Junction to Milton Station. Arnprior to Galetta. 

Bothwell Junction to Ridgetown Junction. Waubaushene to Midland. 

Bothwell Junction to Wallaceburg Junction. Fergusonvale Junction to Camp Borden 

Maidstone to Essex Junction. Junction. 

Amherstburg Junction to Harrow Station. Bingham Chute Junction to Callendar 

Cottam Junction to Leamington. Station. 

Substation Sites 

Land required for sites for the erection of new substations has been pur- 
chased in the following cases: Consecon, Tara, Hanover frequency changer 
station, Woodbridge, Painswick, Kitchener, Utterson, Cardinal, Kingsville, 
Fergusonvale, Hastings, Napanee, addition to Leaside station. 

Sites for Operators' Residences 

Purchases of the necessary land have been completed in the following 
cases: Trout Lake, Nipigon, Cloyne, Hanover, White. 

Flooding Rights 

The purchase of lands to be flooded in connection with power development 
at Trethewey Falls on the Muskoka river, and at Elliott Chute on the South 
river, has been practically completed. Similar purchases have been made of 
lands adjacent to the Ottawa river, in connection with the development at 
Chats Falls, and also on lake Wanapitei in connection with the development at 
that point. In connection with this last-mentioned development it was necessary 
to secure settlements for a substantial number of damage claims which had been 
incurred in connection with the raising of the water in the lake. With one or 
two exceptions these claims have been disposed of. 

Gatineau High-Tension Lines 

The acquisition of tower easements for the second circuit of the Gatineau 
power lines has, with the exception of a few outstanding claims, been completed. 

The right-of-way for the third Gatineau line westerly from the Ottawa river 
to a point near Cooper in Hastings county has been nearly all secured. The 
territory through which this line passes is largely bush and rough land. The 
right-of-way department has had charge of the clearing of the right-of-way for 
this line, and this work also has been nearly finished. The work of clearing was 
mostly let to residents along the line, it having been found that better service 
is secured in this way. 

The third and fourth circuits of the Gatineau lines are now being laid out, 
and in the township of Scarborough a substantial portion of the necessary 
right-of-way has been secured. The work of securing the remainder of this 
right-of-way will be proceeded with immediately upon the completion of the 
survey work. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 5 

Beauharnois High-Tension Line 

A large amount of preliminary work has been performed in connection with 
the layout of this line, and in this case also the work of securing easements for 
the right-of-way will be proceeded with upon completion of the surveys. 

Hanover- Kitchener High-Tension Line 

The work of securing the right-of-way for this line has been completed. 

General 

An increased number of leases for offices for rural power districts and 
electrical inspection work have been made with the owners of the various proper- 
ties concerned. A number of licenses have been obtained from the Dominion 
and Provincial Governments for the right to erect transmission lines across 
navigable waters. 

A number of parcels of property no longer required by the Commission 
have been disposed of. 

The continued activity of the Department of Public Highways in widening 
and otherwise improving many of the highways throughout the Province has 
necessitated the relocation of many of the Commission's lines previously placed 
on these roads. In all cases satisfactory arrangements have been made with 
the Highways Department. Similar comments also apply to many of what 
are known as county roads throughout the Province which are under the control 
of the various counties. 

The widening of the provincial highway west of the Humber river leading 
into the city of Toronto rendered it necessary to transfer to the Highways 
Department a considerable strip of land owned by the Commission in that 
locality. 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



The outstanding feature of the year's operation was the continuation of 
the load at higher figures than ever before, in spite of the general industrial 
depression. 

The growth of load during the fiscal year 1928-29 was abnormally large, as 
shown in last year's Report, amounting to 23 per cent, on the total load, which 
is equivalent to the normal increase for two years instead of one. That increase 
appeared to be due to the great industrial activity prevailing at that time and 
to a wide-spread condition of prosperity throughout the Province. The use of 
electricity for power in factories and for lighting and domestic services in private 
homes throughout the greater part of the Province undoubtedly reflects business 
conditions, and records of the consumption of electricity are used generally by 
statisticians as an index for this purpose. While the heavy consumption of 
electricity during the year 1928-29 appeared to be the natural result of the 
prosperous conditions then prevailing, it is remarkable that during the past year 
of 1929-30, which has been regarded generally as one of industrial depression, 
the consumption of electricity remained at the high figure set in the previous 
year, with a further slight increase. 

The only evident effect of the depression on the load appears in the small 
ratio of the increase in the load this year as compared with ratios for previous 
years. The effect of the depression was most marked in the Niagara system, 
apparently due to a decrease in the power used by large chemical and metal- 
lurgical plants near Niagara Falls. These plants, as noted in last year's Report, 
were responsible for a part of the abnormal increase in the total load during 
1928-29, and decrease in the load of these plants had the opposite effect on the 
present year's figures. While the maximum load on the Niagara system was 
slightly greater during 1929-30 than during the previous year, the total number 
of kilowatt-hours shows a slight decrease, amounting to one-half-of-one per 
cent. (Export power is excluded in all cases.) On all other systems there was 
an increase in both the maximum load and the total kilowatt-hours used. On 
the Georgian Bay system and in the Ottawa district this increase of load 
approached the figures for an ordinary year, but on the other systems the rate 
of growth was less than the average. 

The lack of sufficient water reduced the output of some of the Commission's 
plants, the rainfall during summer months being much below normal in parts of 
the Province, and 1928-29 also having been a dry season the storage waters and 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 7 

stream flow were greatly reduced during the latter part of the year 1929 and 
during the summer of 1930. In the section of this Report dealing with water 
conditions in the Eastern Ontario system a graph is given showing precipitation 
in the central part of the Province according to reports from several stations of 
the Government Meteorological department, and a similar graph for 1928-29 
appeared in last year's Report. From these it will be noted how far below normal 
the precipitation has been during the summer months of the past two years. 
The effect of the dry summer season was felt most severely in the Nipissing district 
where restrictions had to be placed on the load toward the end of 1929, and in 
the Georgian Bay system where power had to be purchased from steam plants 
and an increased supply transferred from the Niagara system. The effect of 
the dry season was less in the Central Ontario and Rideau districts, and because 
of power available under the Gatineau contract no difficulty was experienced in 
supplying the loads. Had power not been available under the Gatineau contract, 
load restrictions would have been necessary in the Central Ontario district 
during November and December, 1929, and again in September and October, 
1930. In the Madawaska district no load restrictions have been necessary, 
although no outside source of supply was available, but the storage waters have 
been seriously depleted so that at the end of the fiscal year it appears probable 
power will have to be brought into the district from some outside source. The 
Thunder Bay System plants, the plant at Ear Falls, and the plants in the Sudbury 
district were not similarly affected, the distribution of rain being somewhat 
different in these districts and the plants less directly dependent on the precipi- 
tation. On the Thunder Bay system no load restrictions were necessary on 
account of the large storage area in lake Nipigon, but care had to be used in 
regulating the flow to avoid any wastage, the storage being reduced to the 
lowest point in some years. In the Sudbury district one of the generating stations 
suffered some damage through excessive rainfall and flooding in June. The 
plants on the Niagara river are independent of rainfall, the restrictions on the 
water used there arising out of international treaties. However, advantage was 
taken of the power available under the Gatineau contract to shut down generators 
and carry out an extensive program of maintenance work, such as the con- 
creting of the third pipe line at the Ontario Power plant. This resulted in some 
reduction of the total kilowatt-hours generated during the year, the peak load 
carried being about the same. 

In the Nipissing district the completion of the Elliott Chute generating 
station in the fall of 1929, with a normal capacity of 2,400 horsepower, prevented 
the shortage of power from becoming as severe as would otherwise have been 
the case. There are now three hydro-electric generating plants on this system 
with a normal capacity of 5,900 horsepower, as compared with one hydro-electric 
plant of 2,300 horsepower when the system was taken over by the Commission. 
The normal capacity of the three plants, 5,900 horsepower, is ample to carry 
the load, which amounted to 3,820 horsepower, but as all three plants are depen- 
dent on the flow in the South river, any abnormal reduction of flow reduces 
the actual capacity available at all plants. This is what occurred at the begin- 
ning of the past fiscal year of 1929-30, due to the abnormally dry summer. 
In order to safeguard the system against such temporary load restrictions in 
future, arrangements are being made for a supply of power from an outside source 
which will not be dependent on the flow in the South river. 

On the Georgian Bay system the construction of a frequency-changer 
station at Hanover, with a rated capacity of 5,000 kw. at 80 per cent, power 



6_ TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

factor, has made possible the transfer of over 7,000 horsepower from the Niagara 
system, thus affording protection to the Georgian Bay system against shortage 
of power due to abnormally dry seasons in that district. As the number of plants 
on the Georgian Bay system is larger than in the Nipissing district, and as they 
are situated on different rivers and supplied from independent storage areas, 
they are not as likely to be all affected at the same time by any shortage of water. 

The acquisition of the plants and lines in Bruce county, following bank- 
ruptcy of the previous owners, added some new territory and three small hydro- 
electric generating plants to the Georgian Bay system. Due to lack of meters, 
the output of these plants is not included in the table of power generated, and 
the load of the municipalities supplied is not included in the figures for the 
Georgian Bay system. 

The two plants at Bala also lack meters, so that figures for their output is 
not included in the table published herein. The totals are incomplete to this 
extent, but the percentage of error on the total is small, and load conditions 
are better than shown to this slight extent. Arrangements are being made to 
obtain more complete measurement of the load generated at these smaller plants. 

Forestry Division 

A new section has been added to the Operating department, known as the 
Forestry division, with the object of preserving trees along public highways 
where they approach or come in contact with the power lines of the Commission. 
Maintenance of an uninterrupted power supply necessitates the branches being 
kept pruned back from the wires, and the Commission has always endeavored 
to carry out such work with a minimum of damage to the trees. Line men were 
given special instructions to preserve the appearance of the trees, but the problem 
of reconciling the conflicting interests of the trees and the wires is often difficult, 
requiring a knowledge of forestry as well as of line work. The Commission has 
employed from time to time various tree experts, and engaged the services of 
institutions which make a speciality of tree trimming. The volume of this work 
has become so great that this year a special Forestry division has been formed 
in charge of men who have had special training in the scientific pruning and care 
of trees. A number of men have been employed, some being men with previous 
experience in forestry work and some linemen familiar with the work necessary 
to protect lines. A special training camp was opened where these men were 
given instructions and practical demonstrations by experts. These squads, under 
qualified foremen, are now employed in various localities, going over the power 
lines systematically in order that the beauty and life of the trees along our 
highways may be preserved to the fullest extent possible. 

While these men are employed as a part of the Operating department on 
the numerous power lines throughout the Province, they are also used as occasion 
requires for tree trimming along rural lines or on new construction, and in future 
will be available on call for such municipalities as desire the benefit of their 
services on streets within the municipal boundaries. 

Meter Division 

The meter section of the Operating department has been active during the 
year, making tests of equipment, checking and maintaining the graphic meters 
used on large power loads, testing relays and carrying out investigations of various 
problems requiring special technical training. This section, which has been in 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 9 

existence for several years, is composed of electrical engineers who have specialized 
in the problems connected with measuring electricity and in the allied subject 
of relays. Due to the enormous capacity now connected to the Commission's 
lines, almost unlimited power might be fed into any equipment or line which 
breaks down in service if means were not provided for almost instantly cutting 
off the supply of electricity to the defective equipment. In such cases not only 
would the defective equipment be burned out by the rush of current but the 
disturbance and possible damage would extend back through all intervening 
equipment to the generators at the source of supply, and service might be inter- 
rupted over a large area or on the whole system. The importance of the instan- 
taneous automatic opening of the proper switches has contantly increased with 
the increase in the generator capacity and number of consumers. In order that 
the relays which control the numerous switches shall function properly and 
promptly, the inspectors of the meter section carry out a regular system of 
inspection, and make the necessary adjustments to take care of constantly 
changing load conditions. The success of their work is evidenced by the past 
year's freedom from serious electrical damage to equipment, and in the high 
grade of service given to consumers generally. 

In addition to the meter and relay inspectors stationed at various points, 
or with headquarters at Toronto, meter shops are maintained at Toronto, 
Niagara Falls and Belleville. At these shops repairs and alterations are made 
to the meters and relays, and new equipment designed and constructed to meet 
special conditions. 

The engineers of the meter staff are frequently called upon to deal with 
intricate problems associated with other branches of the Commission's work, 
involving investigations to determine accurately the voltage or current conditions 
and the performance of apparatus. They are also frequently consulted by the 
municipalities on matters connected with meters and relays, and are available 
to the municipalities on call for investigation of load conditions which require 
either special metering equipment or specially trained engineers. 

The meter shop at Niagara Falls deals with many problems connected 
with the measurement of the large amounts of power generated at the Commis- 
sion's plants there, which often demand the invention or designing of special 
apparatus to meet conditions which are outside of the commercial field covered 
by the manufacturers of electrical equipment. Much work has been done in 
these shops in designing meters for combining and recording at one point the 
load being delivered at a number of points. During the past year, several special 
meters of this type were constructed and supplied to various power plants. 
Electrolysis action having eaten holes in the lead sheaths of cables between the 
Ontario Power plant and Niagara station, the engineers of the meter shop made 
a study of conditions to determine the cause, and by altering ground connections 
and insulating certain joints were able to prevent further electrolysis. The 
underground telephone cable between Queenston and the Ontario Power plant, 
which is used for both telephone communication and metering purposes, is 
subject to tremendously steep voltage gradients in the ground whenever an 
insulator flashes over on the nearby 60,000-volt power line. This causes current 
to flow from the lead sheath to the copper telephone conductors inside, near 
the flash-over, and from the copper back to the lead at some point more distant. 
The result has been a number of holes in the lead sheath allowing the telephone 
conductor to become wet, and every year it is necessary to repair this cable to 



10 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED AND 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 



Plant 


Normal 

operating 

capacity 

Oct. 31, 1930 

horsepower 


Peak load 

during 

fiscal year 

1929-1930 

horsepower 


Total output 

during 

fiscal year 

1929-1930 

kilowatt-hours 



Niagara: Queenston Plant 

Niagara: "Ontario Power" Plant. 
Niagara: "Toronto Power" Plant 

Sidney — Dam No. 2 

Frankford — Dam No. 5 

Meyersburg — Dam No. 8 

Hague's Reach — Dam No. 9 . . . . 

Ranney Falls — Dam No. 10 

Seymour — Dam No. 11 

Heely Falls — Dam No. 14 

Auburn — Dam No. 18 

Fenelon Falls — Dam No. 30 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

Eugenia 

Big Chute 

South Falls 

Wasdells Falls 

Hanna Chute 

Trethewey Falls 

Hanover 

Nipissing 

Bingham Chute 

Elliott Chute 

Coniston-Wahnapitae, No. 1 . . . . 
McVitties-Wahnapitae, No. 2 . . . 

Stinson-Wahnapitae, No. 3 

Ear Falls 

Calabogie * 

Galetta '. 

High Falls 

Carleton Place 

Total generated , 



522,790 

183,650 

147,450 

4,020 

3,485 

6,430 

4,500 

9,650 

4,020 

12,060 

2,010 

1,000 

75,000 

12,000 

7,300 

5,700 

5,200 

1,200 

1,500 

2,200 

400 

2,346 

1,200 

2,413 

5,777 

2,815 

•8,180 

5,000 

4,300 

860 

2,400 

428 



1,047,284 



524,129 

180,965 

140,751 

4,558 

3,418 

8,043 

4,960 

10,724 

4,490 

16,221 

2,614 

938 

77,880 

12,100 

7,198 

5,791 

5,455 

1,166 

1,609 

2,279 

442 

2,393 

1,287 

1,796 

5,496 

2,815 

6,166 

1,582 

2,513 

832 

3,080 

362 



1,044,053 



2,716 

698 

160 

16 

10 

26 

17; 

32, 
15, 
36, 

io; 

2, 

297; 

2, 

13, 

18, 

23 

3 

6 

6 ; 

6 

2, 

2, 

16 

12, 

18, 

4, 

6 

2, 



063,000 

823,100 

850,000 

600,100 

433,650 

020,850 

920,670 

819,820 

616,620 

941,280 

516,810 

622,100 

741,000 

064,000 

690,800 

355,200 

434,320 

731,580 

446,400 

391,200 

701,184 

832,040 

380,800 

445,760 

690,2501 

918,312$ 

520,560* 

056,000 

170,652 

216,828 

850,360 

107,384 



4,198,972,630 



maintain enough good conductors for service. The ordinary methods of locating 
faults do not indicate with sufficient exactness the point at which the cable 
should be dug up and cut open for repair. The meter staff has developed a 
method for this work which locates the fault to within one-half inch before the 
cable is sawed open. Another illustration of the special work carried out by this 
department occurred in connection with a request from an oil company to investi- 
gate a dangerous sparking noticed at the metal hose connections between a 
gasoline tank steamer and the land tank pipe flanges. The meter inspector 
discovered, on investigation, that the cause was current returning in the ground 
from an electric railway system, and although the voltage at the coupling was 
scarcely noticeable — less than one volt maximum — the current ran up to 30 
amperes when the circuit was closed by making gasoline hose connections. 
A system of heavy by-pass cable, with switches located away from the gasoline 
fumes, and certain insulating precautions, eliminated the sparking. Aside from 
work of this special nature the meter staff carries out the regular routine of 
testing the numerous meters and relays at the plants in the district. 



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II 



PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 



POWER PURCHASED 



Plant 



Contract 

amount 

horsepower 



Peak 
horsepower 



Total purchased 
kilowatt-hours 



Canadian Niagara Power Co 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25 cycle 

Orillia Water, Light & Power Commissionf 

C.P.R. Plant, Port McNicoll 

Owen Sound steam plant 

Rideau Power Co 

Ottawa and Hull Power & Mfg. Co 

Gatineau Power Co. — 60 cycle 

Cedar Rapids Power Co 

Campbellford Water & Light Commissionf. 

Peterborough Hydraulic Power Co.f 

Canadian General Electric Co.f 

Corporation of Fenelon Falls 

Kaministiquia Power Co 

M. F. Beach Estate 



20,000 
250,000 



487 

20,000 

18,000 

7,500 

2,010 



22,118 

219,000 

2,638 

1,675 

885 

978 

19,584 

18,760 

7,185 

2,279- 

1,340 



93,115,700 

656,727,160 

575,280 

519,300 

473,700 

2,686,200 

66,884,400 

42,436,000 

30,772,500 

2,761,500 

9,670 



500 



375 



63,200 
350,000 



Total purchased 



318,497 



296,817 



897,374,610 



Total generated and purchased, 1930. 

1929. 

Increase 



1,365,781 
1,222,321 



1,340,870* 
1,258,491* 



5,096,347,240 
4,992,937,029 



143,460 



82,379' 



103,410,211 



JWahnapitae plants shown for 10-month period only. 

jReciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 

*Peak totals given are direct sums of plant peaks as shown, with no allowance for diversity 
in time. Therefore, these totals do not indicate the demands on the various systems where there 
is more than one plant supplying power. 

Note. — Output of five generating stations, at Bala (two), Walkerton, Southampton, and 
Sauble Falls, not included due to lack of records. Dominion Power and Transmission System 
plants are also omitted, as they were not operated by Commission until latter part of year. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Queenston Generating Station 

The operation of this plant was very satisfactory throughout the year. 
There were but two failures of equipment. 

On March 31, 1930, the upper guide bearing on No. 8 unit burned out, 
necessitating repairs on the shaft and bearing, which were completed and the 
unit returned to service on May 1, 1930. 

On December 13, 1929, a transformer in No. 2 bank, rated at 15,000 kv-a. 
63,500/12,000 volts, failed. This unit was repaired and returned to service on 
May 11, 1930. 

The installation of No. 10 unit was completed and the machine placed in 
operation on July 4, 1930. The permanent wall at the north end of the plant 
has been completed and the final finishing touches are being carried out. 

The following machines were removed from service during the summer for 
inspection, repair, and overhaul: May 2 to May 13, No. 9 unit: generator 



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repaired, and welding done on turbine runner. June 13 to June 23, No. 4 unit: 
guide bearings repaired and turbine runner welded. July 2 to July 26, No. 6 
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guide bearings repaired, and turbine runner welded; complete unit realigned. 
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cleaned and painted, guide bearings repaired, rebuilt spare runner installed; 
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repaired and turbine runner welded. September 2 to November 14, No. 5 unit: 
generator stator completely dismantled, frame rebored, new stator laminations 



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No. 26 



and coils installed, field coils removed and overhauled, guide bearings repaired, 
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satisfactory service, units No. 5 and No. 1 being the only ones to fail in service 
during the year. 

The following machines were out of service during the year for inspection, 
repair and overhaul: May 9 to June 23, No. 1 unit: generator field coils rein- 
stated and stator coils cleaned and painted; new turbine runner installed, and 
the seal rings and cheek plates repaired. June 17 to August 6, No. 12 unit: 
generator stator coils cleaned and painted, new turbine runner installed, and the 
seal rings and cheek plates repaired. June 28 to September 13, No. 3 unit: 
generator field coils reinsulated and stator coils cleaned and painted, new runner 
installed and the seal rings and cheek plates repaired. August 8 to October 13, 
No. 8 unit: generator stator coils cleaned and painted, new turbine runner 
installed and the seal rings and cheek plates repaired. September 28 to Decem- 
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had to be renewed, and the winding cleaned and painted. A new turbine runner 
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1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 


c 

JAN 
FEB 

APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
IAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 

A°R 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



HORSEPOWER 



200,000 



150,000 



100,000 



50,000 



Toronto Power Plant 



The operation of the above plant was carried out in the usual way during 
the year. The plant was closed down completely on July 14, 1930, for inspection 
of the discharge tunnel, which was found to be in good condition. 

The following machines were out of service during the year for inspection, 
repair and overhaul: November 18 to November 19, 1929, No. 3 unit: generator 
stator coil broke down and was repaired. March 19 to March 23, 1930, No. 2 
unit: generator stator coil broke down and was repaired. March 19 to March 
28, No. 3 unit: generator stator coil broke down and was repaired. April 7 to 
June 28, No. 4 unit: turbine runner welded, new gate rods and bushings installed, 
guide bearing renewed. April 24 to April 25, No. 6 unit: generator stator coil 
broke down and was repaired. June 24 to June 25, No. 6 unit: generator stator 
coil broke down and was repaired. July 3 to September 3, No. 6 unit: turbine 
runner welded, new gate rods and bushings installed, guide bearings renewed. 
(These are the first repairs required by this turbine since its installation in March, 
1912, over eighteen years ago.) September 4 to October 20, No. 8 unit: lower 
turbine gates repaired. September 11 to September 12, No. 3 unit: generator 
stator coil broke down and was repaired. 



]6 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At the Toronto Power transformer station the 90,000-volt service to Toronto 
was discontinued on March 8, 1930, and the two 90,CC0-volt transformer banks 
reconnected for 60,CC0-volt service on October 17, 1930. 

On December 28, 1929, No. 1 transformer in No. 3 bank failed. This unit 
was repaired and returned to service on January 23, 1930. 

Regular inspection and repair of all minor equipment was carried out 
during the year to maintain the plant in the best possible condition. 

Transmission, Transformation and Distribution 

The operation of the 220,0C0-volt section of the system was very satisfactory, 
there being no failures of the 220,000-volt lines cutting off the supply of power to 
Leaside station. During a lightning storm one of the 220,000-volt circuits 
opened automatically, but service was not interrupted as this occurred after 
the second circuit was in operation. The 220,000-volt transformers and other 
equipment in the station at Leaside gave good service, there being only two 
interruptions during the year to the low-tension lines supplied from the station, 
these having a duration of only one minute each. 

The operation of the 110,000-volt transmission lines was also very satisfac- 
tory. The system was divided into three divisions for operating purposes, known 
as the yellow, green and brown, in order to promote continuity of service by 
segregating any trouble that might develop. There was no interruption to service 
on the green division during the year. On the yellow division there were two 
interruptions totalling 3^ minutes caused by lightning, and on the brown 
division four interruptions, totalling 8% minutes, two caused by lightning, one 
by sleet, and one by insulator flashover. 

From December 7 to 9, 1929, a sleet storm in the Essex and Brant districts 
caused some damage to low-tension lines. 

A sleet storm of exceptional severity, lasting from December 17 to December 
20, 1929, caused damage to the 110,000-volt circuits between Niagara Falls 
and Dundas, and to low-tension lines in Niagara, Dundas, Brant, Woodstock, 
London, St. Thomas, Kent and St. Clair districts. 

The sleet storm of March 25 and 26, 1930, caused trouble on the 110,000- 
volt circuits between Niagara Falls and Dundas and on the low-tension lines 
in Brant, Woodstock, Kent and Essex districts. 

A severe wind and lightning storm on May 1, 1930, caused interruptions 
and damage to lines in the Cooksville district, and a similar storm on September 
2, 1930, affected the York and New Toronto districts. 

On October 14th, 1930, a tree felled against a power line near Woodstock 
short-circuited the line, causing the breakdown of equipment and a fire in 
Woodstock high-tension station, and resulted in a total interruption of two 
hours and twenty-nine minutes to all service in the district. 

The usual regular patrol, inspection, and maintenance work was carried 
out on all lines during the year; all lines damaged by storms and otherwise were 
repaired. Insulators were meggered and tested on both high-tension and 
distribution lines. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



17 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

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KILOWATT-HOURS 



400,000,000 



300,000.000 



200.000,000 



100,000. 



Changes were made in the 110,000-volt circuits at Queenston, Hamilton 
and York stations, and at Saltfleet and Nelson junctions to facilitate load 
distribution and better to suit operating conditions. The 90,000-volt circuits 
from Islington to Toronto were reinsulated for 110,000-volt operation and 
placed in service on March 9, 1930. 

The distribution circuits in the Guelph district and in part of the Kent, 
York and Dundas districts were overhauled. 

The second 220,000-volt line from Leaside to the Ottawa river was completed 
.and put into operation on July 27, 1930. 



18 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The following 110,000-volt circuits were put in operation: Queenston 
generating station to Queenston forebay, Hamilton junction to Hamilton 
transformer station, Kitchener transformer station to Hanover frequency- 
changer station, and Montrose junction to Crowland junction, the latter being 
operated at present at 60,000 volts. 

The following 26, 000- volt distribution lines were put in operation: Essex 
transformer station to Maidstone junction, Maidstone junction to Essex 
distributing station, Burford to Canadian Aggregates. 

New 13,200-volt lines were put in service from Toronto Power transformer 
station to Chippawa junction, and from the Riordon Paper Company to Merrit- 
ton substation. The 13,200-volt line from Lincoln junction to the south side 
of Welland canal was removed. 

All equipment at high-tension transformer stations and distributing stations 
was inspected and overhauled, and repairs made on all damaged equipment. 
At several high-tension stations the original 110,000-volt oil-breaker bushings 
were replaced with the gum-filled type. 

There were ten failures of transformers during the year, of which two were 
returned to the manufacturers for repairs, six were repaired by the Commission's 
own maintenance staff, and two 90,000-volt units were not repaired as they 
were not required for service, the 90,000-volt lines being discontinued. Seven 
750 kv-a. high-tension units, which had been out of service for some years, were 
overhauled and rebuilt for use at the new Hanover station. 

During the year a number of changes were made in the capacity of high- 
tension stations and distribution stations as covered in the electrical engineering 
and construction sections of this Report. 

The following new distributing stations were put in service during the year: 
Rifle Ranges, Beaverdam, Strathroy R.P.D., Woodbridge, Maidstone, Ruthven 
and Cottam. The original Woodbridge station was dismantled. The trans- 
former and converter equipment at the Canada Salt company, owned by the 
Commission, was sold to the Canada Salt company. 

Dominion Power and Transmission System 

The Commission acquired, under purchase agreement dated April 2, 1930, 
certain properties and subsidiaries of the Dominion Power and Transmission 
Company, including generating plants, transmission lines and sub-stations. 
To avoid disturbing service to the customers, the operation of the properties 
was continued on the same basis as in the past by the staff taken over with the 
properties. Detail studies are being made to determine how the operation of 
the new stations and lines may be best co-ordinated with the operation of the 
Commission's Niagara system to the mutual advantage of both. 



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1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Township . 

Arkona 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton Township. . . 

Beachville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Township 

Bridgen 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Bridgeport 

Caledonia 

Campbellville 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Courtright 

Cottam 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Etobicoke Township 

Exeter 

Essex 



571.7 
112.8 
100.8 

77.0 
513.4 
356.5 

60.0 
785.0 
468.0 
128.9 

313.6 
652.4 
214.5 

70.3 
332.4 

77.7 
101.5 
109.9 
1,935.8 
9,781.5 
390.1 
118.7 
124.3 
136.8 

60.7 
177.0 

281.5 

21.4 

72.4 

4,382.1 

211.8 
52.5 

443.9 

152.8 
36.2 
49.6 

76.1 

32.1 

70.4 

82.0 

251.8 

70.4 

77.6 

1,454.4 

603.2 

209.1 

3,989.2 

1,016.1 

396.8 

74.8 

50.2 

10.0 

2,494.1 

416.2 

312.3 



609.0 
123.0 

82.3 
78.0 
573,7 
351.2 
60.0 
825.7 
457.3 
136.2 

268.1 

79.7 
260.0 
144.7 
345.8 

91.4 

122.4 

103.2 

2,018.2 

10,140.8 

630.0 

81.7 
123.3 
138.6 

49.2 
153.8 

323.6 

27.3 

85.1 

4,637.2 

260.0 
51.6 

399.4 

147.4 
49.6 
59.0 

62.6 

36.4 

72.2 

86.1 

278.0 

65.4 

40.2 

1,555 

668.9 

210.4 

3,567.0 

1,067.0 

401.6 

79.7 

46.2 

9.8 

2,942.4 

411.5 

337.8 



778.7 

131.3 

87.9 

88.2 

600.5 

250.6 

61.6 

860.6 

529.5 

172.2 



277.5 

71.0 
238.6 
148.8 
386.0 

85.8 
118.4 

97.8 

2,116.7 

9,343.2 

542.5 

86.0 
136.7 
141.3 

56.3 
104.0 

344.5 
28.1 

102.8 
4,188.1 

270.8 
64.3 

415.5 

143.1 
47.5 
73.7 

69.3 

38.8 

75.7 

89.0 

291.9 

53.6 

45.5 

1,447.7 

758.7 

212.6 

3,072.4 

760.8 

422.2 

81.4 

60.3 

16.7 

3,345.7 

407.5 

400.8 



100.6 



8.7 
21.4 



5.6 
4.0 

5.4 



797 
87 



49.8 



449.1 



4.3 
2.1 



11. 



107.3 



494.6 
306.2 



4.0 



169.7 

8.3 

5.6 

10.2 

26.8 



1.6 
34.9 
72.2 
36.0 

9.4 



4.1 
40.2 



108.5 



4.3 

13.4 
2.7 
7.1 



20.9 

0.8 

17.7 



10.8 
12.7 
16.1 



14.7 

6.7 
2.4 
3.5 
2.9 
13.9 



5.3 



89.8 
2.2 



20.6 

1.7 

14.1 

6.9 

403.3 



63.0 



20 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Fergus. 
Forest . 
Fonthil 



Gait 

Georgetown 
Glencoe . . . . 
Goderich . . . 
Granton. . . . 
Guelph 



Hagersville. . 
Hamilton. . . . 
Harriston. . . . 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate. . . . 
Humberstone 



Ingersoll 
Jarvis . . . 



Kingsville 
Kitchener. 



Lambeth 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township V 

Lucan 

Lynden 

LaSalle 



Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mimico Asylum 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. 



Newbury 

Xew Hamburg 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 
Norwich 



Oil Springs 

Ontario Agricultural College. 
Ontario Central Reformatory 
Otterville 



573.8 
263.4 
104.5 

6,748.7 
755.4 
163.8 

1,035.1 
86.0 

7,630.1 



1,278 

51,943 

270. 

205. 

90. 

1,071 

119. 

305. 



2,173.2 

150.1 

388.7 
14,457.0 

107.7 
871.3 
727.9 
25,884.4 
175.0 
155.9 
70.7 
230.5 

146.4 

130.0 

1,075.1 

1,092.3 

585.8 

1,857.9 

65.0 

451.7 

56.0 

68.3 

38.2 
584.1 
697.0 
4,871.2 
8,910.2 
494.6 
322.5 

263.8 

312.3 

263.4 

72.4 



685.5 
269.9 
123.2 

7,089.6 

854.7 
147.4 

1,160.8 
80.0 

8,154.8 



65,685.8 


268.1 


300.2 


152.4 


1,134.6 


117.3 


268.1 


2,104.6 


169.3 


411.5 


16,042.8 


97.2 


1,272.1 


833.8 


28,337.6 


230.2 


175.6 


67.5 


265.4 



155.3 

162.2 

2,300.3 

1,124.4 

359.2 

2,010.7 

65.0 

393.4 

54.0 

76.9 

33.5 
413.3 
978.5 
5,533.5 
9,408.8 
525.5 
315.0 

180.0 

270.8 

208.5 

74.1 



729.7 
290.8 
126.7 

6,854.3 
923.8 
159.5 

1,068.7 
47.9 

7,423.8 

1,136.7 

60,434.8 

292.9 

349.8 

146.1 

1,453.1 

73.3 

331.1 

2,103.3 

172.9 

451.7 
16,315.3 

107.2 

1,042.9 

855.2 

28,954.0 

293.5 

167.1 

85.1 

237.5 



205 

174 

2,603 

1,024 

343. 

2,013 

65 

469. 

30. 

80. 



40.2 

492.9 

1,069.7 

5,069.7 

9,864.6 

575.1 

321.7 

182.4 

320.3 

229.2 

68.0 



235.3 



92.1 

32.1 
731.0 

77.8 
5,251.0 



6.3 
44'0 



1.3 



229.2 



8.5 



27.9 



100.0 
16.1 



23.2 



463.8 



6.1 



44.2 

20.9 

3.5 



69 
12 


1 
1 










24 
49 


8 
6 


318 


5 


63 






3.6 

40.2 

272.5 

10.0 



21.4 

616.4 

63 . 3 



17.6 



49.7 

12.0 

302.9 



2.7 
75*7' 



3.5 

6.7 
79.6 
91.2 



455.8 

49.6 

6.7 

2.4 
49.5 
20.7 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie .... 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill. . . . 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach. . . . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Sandwich 

Scarboro Township 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford Township 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto Township. 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdcwn 

Waterford 

Wate.loo 



496.6 


1,284.2 


138.0 


670.6 


45.9 


238.6 


1,282.8 


475.9 


327.7 


251.3 


54.3 


154.1 


3,224.9 


36.2 


85.8 


201.4 


430.3 


1,126.0 


92.5 


119.5 


8,034.4 


71.7 


154.4 


189.2 


1,349.8 


5,051.2 


5,997.5 


3,746.7 


2,320.3 


572.0 


1,017.7 


124.6 


1,429.1 


115.2 


7,124.8 


781.7 


103.2 


442.3 


319.1 


137.4 


186.3 


54.9 


61.0 


801.3 


528.1 


738.6 


241,366.0 


1,198.6 


6,353.9 


3,269.4 


32.1 


195.8 


396.8 


2,948.4 



438.4 


1,267.1 


147.4 


758.2 


51.7 


398.1 


1,481.2 


485.2 


380.7 


280.8 


59.2 


184.9 


3,502.7 


75.0 


85.8 


249.3 


461.1 


1,254.7 


70.1 


130.6 


9,061.9 


88.4 


143.4 


203.4 


1,231.9 


5,502.7 


6,447.6 


3,664.9 


2,294.8 


663.4 


1,153.3 


91.1 


1,636.0 


128.1 


7,120.8 


891.2 


107.2 


420.9 


444.7 


142.7 


210.4 


51.3 


59.0 


1,448.0 


514.7 


841.8 


270,628.0 


1,268.1 


8,729.2 


3,451.7 


29.5 


202.3 


382.0 


3.203.3 



444.9 


1,305.8 


150.1 


794.4 


49.6 


664.9 


1,595.2 


591.1 


423.6 


296.9 


74.4 


218.5 


3,341.8 


80.4 


83.1 


257.9 


461.1 


1,238.3 


107.2 


139.8 


8,999.2 


80.4 


134.0 


246.5 


1,402.1 


5,624.6 


6,950.3 


3,861.4 


2,788.2 


466.1 


1,365.1 


85.1 


1,843.2 


155.5 


7,760.5 


907.3 


144.4 


431.6 


438.3 


153.5 


197.8 


52.5 


40.2 


2,170.9 


502.7 


811.0 


280,280.0 


1,612.3 


8,256.0 


1,808.3 


32.1 


246.0 


371.3 


2,814.7 



2.1 



160.9 



2.7 



16.4 



62.7 
8.0 
9.4 



197.3 
' 6.0 



6.4 
12'f3 



18 



12.0 

30.8 



473.2 
1,643.4 



10.7 
388.6 



6.5 
38.7 

2.7 
36.2 



266.8 
114.0 
105.9 
42.9 
16.1 
15.2 
33.6 



5.4 



8.6 



37.1 
9.2 



43.1 
170.2 
121.9 
502.7 
196.5 
493.4 



211.8 



207.2 
27.4 

639.7 
16.1 

37.2 

10.7 



10 


8 


1 


2 


722 


9 




9,652 
344 



2 




2 
43 


6 

7 





11 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York, East Township . 
York, North Township 

Zurich 



201 





3,433 
133 




2 


324 


1 


2,398 
117 


8 
1 


7,616 


9 


217 


1 


4,781 
58 


5 
7 


3,382 
1,240 




5 


87. 


9 



171 


6 


4,248 
104 



6 


345 


8 


2,957 
134 


1 
8 


27,712 
209 


3 
1 


4,977 
50 


2 
6 


4,017 
1,414 


4 
2 


83. 


2 



167.5 
3,848.5 

126.6 

273.4 
3,150.1 

142.0 
28,087.8 

288.2 

4,879.3 

61.0 

4,788.2 
2,143.4 

92.5 



4.1 

39 .5 



72.4 



97.9 



22.0 



193.0 

7.2 

375 5 

79.1 



10.4 

770.8 
729.2 

9.3 



In some instances the decreases shown are due entirely or in part to transference of load 
from a municipality to a newly established rural power district. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1928-1929-1930 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 



Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Acton 

Alvinston. . . . 
Amherstburg. 

Aylmer 

Ayr 



Baden 

Beamsville. 
Belle River 
Blenheim . . 

Brant 

Bond Lake. 
Bothwell... 
Brampton . 
Bridgen . . . 
Burford . . . 



Caledonia 
Chatham . 
Chippawa 
Clinton. . . 



Delaware. . 
Dorchester. 
Dresden . . . 
Drumbo. . . 
Dundas. . . . 
Dunnville. . 
Dutton. . . . 



2.0 



404.5 

133.5 

9.0 

148.7 

537.5 

158.2 

82.7 

259.8 

520.2 

109.5 

64.2 

21.9 

68.0 

102.1 

254.8 

108.6 

37.9 

174.5 

248.1 

2.0 

58.7 

341.9 

3.2 

23.2 



2.0 


1.0 


533.1 


155.3 


16.5 


193.1 


625.3 


261.0 


134.7 


291.4 


522.8 


109.5 


109.1 


27.0 


93.5 


136.7 


411.0 


99.2 


61.8 


201.1 


290.8 


3.7 


36.3 


415.3 


4.0 


82.5 



2.0 






1.6 




0.6 


525.2 


7.9 




245.3 


90.0 


24.5 




8.0 


253.7 




60.6 


915.5 




290.2 


263.2 




2.2 


123.1 


11.6 




451.6 


160.2 


715.3 




192 5 


124.5 




15.0 


119.2 




10.1 


33.2 




6.2 


105.9 




12.4 


209.2 




72.5 


470.1 




59.1 


120.6 




21.4 


90.1 




28.3 


247.4 




46.3 


321.4 




30.6 


10.0 




6.3 


85.9 




49.6 


355.6 


59.7 




4.0 




100.0 




17.5 









193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 



Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Elora. . 
Elmira 
Essex . 
Exeter . 

Forest . 



Gait 

Georgetown 
Goderich . . . 
Grantham . . 
Guelph 



Haldimand 
Harrow. . . . 



Ingersoll 
Jordan . . 



Keswick. . 
Kingsville . 



Listowel 
London . 
Lucan. . 
Lynden. 



Markham 
Merlin . . . 
Milton. . . 
Milverton 
Mitchell. . 



Newmarket 
Niagara. . . 
Norwich . . . 



Oil Springs. 

Palmerston 
Petrolia. . . 
Preston .... 



Ridgetown 



Saltfleet 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro Township 

Seaforth 

Stratford 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Simcoe 

Stamford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 



40.1 

21.4 

140.9 

144.1 

2.9 

105.7 
39.5 
35.8 

417.8 
58.8 

22.0 
165.3 

117.0 

44.1 

116.0 
355.6 

50.6 

,014.7 

41.1 

117.2 

181.9 



73.3 

29.7 

100.0 

182.7 
609.7 
183.8 

41.8 

3.0 

5.3 

508.5 

239.3 

545.9 
850.9 
328.1 

81.6 

62.0 
155.8 
163.3 

96.4 
430.2 
106.3 
105.2 

23.9 
119.6 



43.3 

24.1 

214.9 

160.0 

6.3 

131.4 

47.4 

42.9 

434.1 

115.5 

40.0 
205.2 

361.0 

207.5 

151.4 
402.3 

63.5 

1,222.6 

41.9 

101.6 

208.4 
84.1 

105.1 
36.8 

123.6 

207.3 
523.0 
198.4 

38.5 

3.8 

5.3 

607.7 

255.3 

522.2 

1,022.4 

435.6 

205.0 

23.7 

136.2 

165.1 

142.7 

391.4 

122.0 

161.6 

31.9 

274.0 



84.0 


40.8 


209.5 


194.4 


16.3 


154.7 


123.1 


65.0 


479.6 


348.5 


228.2 


349.8 


303.2 


294.6 


209.5 


545.3 


96.5 


1,420.3 


66.5 


143.0 


296.2 


144.7 


99.8 


45.5 


161.0 


213.8 


504.5 


202.0 


37.1 


4.0 


27.0 


770.4 


328.7 


663.8 


1,060.9 


427.7 


285.5 


36.5 


167.8 


238.7 


185.7 


460.6 


155.5 


174.9 


37.2 


342.5 





5.4 



57.8 



5.3 



18.5 



1.4 



7.9 



40.7 
16.7 



34.4 



10.0 



23 


.3 


75 


.7 


22 


.1 


45 


.5 


233 


.0 


188 


.2 


144 


.6 


87 


1 


58 


1 


143 





33 





197 


7 


24 


6 


41 


4 


87 


8 


60 


6 


8 


7 


37 


4 


6 


5 


3 


6 





2 


21 


7 


162 


7 


73 


4 


141 


6 


38 


5 


80 


5 


12 


8 


31 


6 


73 


6 


43 





69 


2 


33 


5 


13 


3 


5. 


3 


68. 


5 



24 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Tavistock. . . 
Thamesville 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg. 

Wallaceburg 
Walsingham 

Walton 

Waterford . . 
Waterdown . 
Welland 
Woodbridge 
Woodstock. . 



82 


9 


59 


4 


103 


2 


226 


2 


128 


7 


35 


2 


41 


6 


61 





241 





970 





356 


6 


395 


3 



110 


2 


67 





38 


6 


239 





137 


6 


45 


8 


70 


7 


75 


6 


389 


3 


,218 


6 


559 


8 


394 


3 



141 


1 


97 


7 


67 


3 


279 


9 


114 


7 


76 


8 


66 


7 


119 





491 


2 


1,095 


2 


538 


3 


501 


1 



22.9 
4^0 



123.4 
21.5 



30.9 
30.7 
28.7 
40.9 



31.0 



43.4 
101.9 



106.8 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 



Date 
connected 



Load in horsepower 



Initial Oct., 1929 



Change in load 



Decrease Increase 



Ailsa Craig 
Harriston. . 
Watford . . . 



Sept. 


9, 1930 


Dec. 


1, 1929 


Dec. 


16, 1929 



0.8 
3.0 

1.7 



0.8 

4.8 

11.5 



1.8 
9.8 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The load on this system shows an increase notwithstanding adverse industrial 
conditions, the maximum peak being about six per cent greater than the maxi- 
mum peak for the previous year and the average yearly load showing an increase 
of eight per cent. 

To assist in carrying the heavy loads of November and December, 1929, 
the Owen Sound steam plant and Canadian Pacific Railway Company's steam 
plant at Port McNicoll were operated in parallel with the Commission's generat- 
ing stations. This steam-generated power was of considerable assistance in 
carrying the system load during the fall period when the storage water was 
much depleted. The shortage of water available for power plant operation was 
relieved by a thaw in January. 

The sources of power supply for this system were augmented during the 
past year by the addition of the Hanover frequency changer station which is 
supplied over a 110,000-volt line from Kitchener station on the Niagara system. 



193! 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



This station makes power from Niagara Falls available for use on the Georgian 
Bay system, up to the capacity of the equipment installed. The frequency 
changer set has a normal rating of 5,000 kv-a., but it was operated at somewhat 
heavier loads in the fall of 1929 to assist in the conservation of storage water. 
This station was placed in service September 26, 1930, and normally operates 
in parallel with the total system. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


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A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


c 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



30.000 



25.000 



20,000 



15.000 



10,000 



5,000 



NOTE: — The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdells, Muskoka and Bala districts. 
In the diagram the load for the Muskoka district is not included until November, 1924. Details 
respecting this load for preceding years are given in earlier Annual Reports. The load of the new 
district at Bala is not included in above graph, records being incomplete. 



A new 22,000-volt line was constructed from Kilsyth to Tara, and continued 
on to Southampton. Tara was formerly served by a 4,000-volt line from Kilsyth, 
but a transformer station of 75-kv-a. capacity was erected at Tara which is now 
served directly from the new 22,000-volt line. The 4,000-volt line between 
Kilsyth and Tara stations now serves rural load, and can be used in emergencies 
as a low-tension tie line. 



26 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

A new distributing station was also erected at Southampton, with a trans- 
former capacity of 300 kv-a., and the Southampton municipal load was carried 
by the Eugenia district, commencing in July. 

A tie line was erected from Saugeen junction (on the Hanover to Chesley 
22,000-volt line) to Derby Mills junction (on the Kilsyth to Tara 22,000-volt 
line). This forms a loop on the 22,000-volt lines, including Kilsyth junction, 
Derby Mills junction, Hanover frequency changer station and Eugenia power 
house, with two sources of power supply, which should tend towards continuity 
of service and more flexible operation of the north and west portions of the 
system. 

A tie line was also erected between the Big Chute powerhouse and the two 
generating plants at Bala, by way of Ragged rapids on the Muskosh river. A 
transformer station of 450-kv-a. capacity was erected at Bala, and additional 
power was supplied to the Bala district from the Big Chute over this tie line. 

Two auto-transformers with a total capacity of 3,000 kv-a. were installed 
at Eugenia power house on the Severn-Eugenia tie line to control the voltage 
of the power received from the Severn district. 

A new 22,000-volt line was built from Greenbank south to Uxbridge and 
Port Perry, replacing the 4,000-volt lines, and transformer stations of 300-kv-a. 
capacity were erected at both these towns. Greenbank step-down station was 
removed from service. 

Other new transformer stations erected during the year were: — Midhurst 
75 kv a., Utterson 300 kv-a., Fergusonvale 75 kv-a., and Painswick 300 kv-a. 

Transformer capacity was increased at Chesley distributing station from 
450 kv-a. to 750 kv-a. ; at Kirkfield from 225 kv-a. to 450 kv-a. ; at Innisfil from 
100 kv-a. to 450 kv-a., and service changed from 4,600-volt single-phase to 8,000- 
volt, 3-phase. An additional bank of 3,000-kv-a. capacity was installed at Barrie, 
and connected 3-phase, 4-wire, 4,000-volt on the low tension side. 

Failures occurred in the 1,500-kv-a. auto-transformer at Wasdells, in one 
transformer of a three-phase bank at Penetang, and in one transformer of a 
three-phase bank at Meaford. These transformers were all sent to the manu- 
facturer for repairs and were then returned to service. 

The line entrance structure was rebuilt at Big Chute, replacing certain 
parts which had become defective through length of service. 

A new timber floor was laid on the deck of the headworks, and new steel 
trash racks provided to replace old wood racks. New stop logs at the head 
of the canal were provided. 

Extensive repairs were made to the concrete of the Eugenia dam, and also 
to the concrete in the Wasdells power house and dam, the concrete in both 
cases having shown signs of disintegration. 

A failure occurred in the armature winding of the No. 2 generator at Bala 
power house in July, and defective coils were replaced. 

A new draft tube and curb ring for turbine were ordered for the No. 2 
power house at Bala owing to the old draft tube showing defects, and the installa- 
tion of the new parts was under way at the end of the fiscal year. 

Highway alterations at numerous points on the various divisions made it 
necessary to erect a number of detours and to relocate and rebuild lines to con- 
form with new highway locations. 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



11 



Extra pole guying was carried out on a number of line sections which have, 
in the past, been most affected by storms. 

A number of line switches of modern design were erected in the Severn, 
Eugenia and Wasdells districts, replacing obsolete switches. 

The usual program of line maintenance was carried out, which included 
pole treatment with preservative, insulator testing and replacement, straightening 
poles, pulling up guys, pole stubbing and tree trimming. Yearly inspection 
and routine maintenance on plant equipment was carried out by maintenance 
men at all plants, with special adjustment at several plants where required. 

The plants and lines of the Public Utilities Consolidated Corporation in 
Bruce county, with the exception of a Diesel engine standby plant, were taken 
over by the Commission in September, 1930. This section will be known as 
the Bruce district of the Georgian Bay system. 

To permit the removal of the Diesel engine by the owners and protect 
service to the customers, alterations were made at Southampton generating 
station and Southampton distributing station to provide service to the munici- 
pality of Port Elgin from the Eugenia lines, while the service to Wiarton and 
Hepworth was provided by one machine at Southampton hydraulic plant and 
the machine at Sauble Falls hydraulic plant. 

A short 22,000-volt line was built from the line serving Kincardine to the 
Walkerton generating station, and a 750-kv-a. transformer station erected to 
step the line voltage down to the generator voltage of the power house. This 
tie line is to protect the service to Walkerton and district in case of water shortage 
at Walkerton power house. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Severn District 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Camp Borden 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Elmvale 

Midland 

Penetang 

Port McNichol 

Stayner 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Victoria Harbour 

Waubaushene 



189 





1,878 


.5 


124 


1 


134 





279 





130 





1,190.0 


49 


6 


94 


3 


158 


7 


4,190 


3 


521 


4 


82 


4 


123 


3 


29 





59 


5 


69 


7 


39 


4 



183 


.6 


1,978.4 


117 


9 


133 


5 


300.0 


274 


8 


1,613 


.9 


48 


5 


116 


6 


148 


8 


3,559 





587 


9 


84 


4 


104 





26 


8 


70 


2 


73 


7 


37 


2 



221 


9 


2,285 


.6 


119 


8 


135 


3 


321 


7 


277 


5 


1,506 


.8 


63 


5 


101 


9 


160 


8 


3,115 


2 


605 


9 


88 


4 


140 


8 


23 


6 


76 


8 


71 





40 


9 



107.1 



14.7 



443. 



3.2 



2.7 



38.3 

307.2 

1.9 

1.8 

21.7 

2.7 



15.0 
12'o' 



18.0 
4.0 

36.8 



6.6 

3'.7' 



28 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1928-1929-1930— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct.. 1928 



Oct., 1929 



Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease 



Increase 



Eugenia District 

Arthur 

Carlsruhe and Neustadt . . . . 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Dundalk, 

Durham 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Hornings Mills 

Kincardine 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Mount Forest 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Shelburne 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Wingham 

Wasdells District 

Beaverton 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Kirkfield '. 

Port Perry 

Sunderland 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Road 

Woodville 

Muskoka District 

Gravenhurst 

Huntsville 



103.2 
99.2 
52.9 

395.4 
157.3 

565.7 

45.5 

76.6 

107.2 

914.2 

17.7 

8.0 

341.8 

158.2 

140.2 

333.8 
286.8 
473.5 
2,776.1 
112.6 

11.5 
60.3 

300.1 
57.3 

142.0 

319.0 



197.0 
52.2 

137.5 
22.0 

161.2 

61.0 

189.0 

9.7 

51.3 



538.8 
1,029.5 



116.6' 


30.0 


49.6 


412.8 


136.7 


583.1 


44.2 


82.6 


110.7 


960.3 


17.0 


8.0 


423.6 


197.6 


150.9 


361.9 


312.3 


522.3 


3,311.0 


118.6 


14.2 


52.9 


198.7 


59.3 


81.7 


422.2 


229.2 


50.9 


152.8 


33.5 


171.5 


53.6 


146.2 


10.0 


48.0 


565.7 


965.1 



121.1 

41.5 

52.2 

428.9 

140.7 

601.9 

52.2 

101. * 

99.2 
1,136.7 

17.0 

8.0 

449.0 

229.2 

139.9 

368.6 
384.7 
576.7 
3,183.6 
138.0 

15.4 
55.6 

233.7 
72.7 

116.0 

392.2 



269.4 

52.0 

172.9 



35. 
240. 

63. 

180. 

11. 

55. 



553.0 
963.8 



11.5 



127.4 



30.0 



12.7 
1.3 



4.5 
11.5 

2.6 
16.1 

4.0 

18.8 

8.0 

19.0 



176.4 



25.4 
31.6 
11.0 

6.7 

72.4 
54.4 



19.4 

1.2 

2.7 

35.0 

13.4 

34.3 



40.2 
1.1 

20.1 
1.6 

68.9 

9.4 

34.7 

1.4 

7.0 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 


—NEW MUNICIPALITIES 






Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Municipality 


Initial 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 




June 30, 1930 


33.5 


26.8 


6.7 









1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1928-1929-1930 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Severn District 

Barrie 

Bradford 

Buckskin 

Elmvale 

Innisfil 

Nottawasaga 

Stayner 



Eugenia District 

Chatsworth 

Flesherton 

Markdale 

Orangeville 

Shelburne 

Tara 

Walkerton 

Wroxeter 



Wasdells District 

Cannington No. 1 

Cannington No. 2 

Georgina 

Mariposa 

Port Perry 

Sparrow Lake 

Uxbridge 



Muskoka District 
Beaumaris 



38.4 



10.4 
15.0 
29.5 

28.5 
36.2 



4.2 
0.5 

30.0 
2.8 

15.0 
1.5 



17.0 
14.7 
33.5 
67.7 
22.0 
55.6 
8.0 



41.5 



61 
4 
17 
14 
54 
29 
43 



10.7 
3.8 
0.5 

16.3 
4.3 

28.7 
1.5 

36.2 



19.0 
28.8 
33.5 
101.8 
64.0 
56.9 
34.4 



50.9 



159.3 


5.4 


17.7 


46.2 


65.0 


32.1 


45.5 


11.4 


5.7 


1.6 


27.8 


4.9 


54.8 


1.5 


47.5 


19.0 


21.7 


36.2 


131.3 


78.6 


67.0 


85.8 


87.1 



7.1 



97.5 
1.1 
0.3 

31.8 

10.1 

2.5 

2.1 



0.7 
1.9 
1.1 

11.5 
0.6 

26.1 



11.3 



2 


7 


29 


5 


14 


6 


10 


1 


51 


4 



36.2 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 



Date 
connected 



Load in horsepower 



Initial Oct., 1930 



Change in load 



Decrease Increase 



Alliston. .. 
Arthur. . . 
Beaverton . 
Hawkeston 

Medonte. . 
Thornton . 
Utterson. . . 



Nov. 


13, 


1929 


Dec. 


11, 


1929 


Aug. 


5, 


1930 


July 


14, 


1930 


July 


1, 


1930 


Aug. 


18, 


1930 


June 


30, 


1930 



25.0 
1.2 
6.0 

38.7 

6.0 

5.0 

46.9 



74.2 
1.2 
1.0 

45.1 

2.0 

13.4 

9.4 



5.0 



4.0 



37.5 



49.2 



6.4 



8.4 



30 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

This system incorporates the five systems formerly known as the Central 
Ontario and Trent, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska systems, 
and serves the entire eastern part of the Province. The combining of these 
systems has proved to be a decided betterment in respect of administration and 
operation, particularly so in the case of operation, in that all generated and pur- 
chased power is, with slight exception, now directly under the control of a central 
load despatcher, and the economic advantages are fully realized in the transfer 
of surplus and emergency power between the various districts forming the 
system. It might be well to note here that the interchange of power among 
these districts was made possible by the construction during the years 1928 and 
1929 of a high tension line network extending to Ottawa, Smiths Falls, Brockville 
and Kingston. These lines do not extend as yet to the Madawaska district, 
and as there is no physical connection between that district and the balance of 
the Eastern Ontario system, the operation of the Madawaska district was carried 
on separately. 

Operating conditions generally on the Eastern Ontario system have been 
satisfactory throughout the fiscal year. The demand for power has again shown 
an increase, which compares very favourably with the average increase of pre- 
vious years, and is especially gratifying in view of the prevailing general business 
depression. For the purpose of comparison, a graph is shown herein which 
clearly illustrates the load growth on this system. This graph indicates the 
monthly 20 minute composite peak loads, and is not the sum of the individual 
district peaks which have appeared in previous issues of this Report. 

During the year additional transformer capacity was installed at several 
of the transformer stations. The usual program of station and line maintenance 
was carried out. Appearances were improved at a number of transformer 
stations by painting the structures, levelling and grading the land and planting 
shrubs. 

A timber dam was built at Bells rapids for the purpose of conserving water 
on Bark lake for use at Calabogie generating station during low stream flow 
periods on the Madawaska river. 

Extensions were made to the 44,000-volt transmission lines for the purpose 
of supplying power to the Kingston elevators and the Lower Lakes Terminal 
elevators at Prescott. A single-circuit, 33, 000-volt wood-pole line was constructed 
between Calabogie generating station and Burnstown, a distance of nine miles. 
The No. 4 A.C.S.R. conductors on the 33, 000-volt line between Burnstown 
and Arnprior were replaced with 4/0 A.C.S.R. conductors. A single-circuit 
33, 000-volt wood-pole line was built from Arnprior to Chats Falls, a distance 
of approximately twelve miles, for the purpose of supplying power during the 
construction of the large power development at that point. 

Telephone communication with the Madawaska district was established by 
means of looping the main Toronto-Ottawa, telephone line into the Galetta 
generating station, at which point a small switchboard was installed. Telephone 
circuits were extended from this point to Arnprior and Calabogie and also to 
Chats Falls. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



HORSEPOWER 



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FOR ALL DISTRICTS COMBINED 






HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


1 1 II 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 II 1 


c 

JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

KB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 

AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



HORSEPOWER 



150.000 



100,000 



50,000 



NOTE — The Eastern Ontario system includes the Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and 
Madawaska districts, for which separate load graphs are given. The combined load of the total 
system, as shows on this graph, does not agree arithmetically with the sum of the district peaks 
due to the diversity in time at which the district peaks occurred. 



At Ottawa a new transformer station, having a capacity of 9,000 kv-a., 
was first made alive on October 28, 1929, and was ready for regular service 
November 1. This station is at present supplied by one 110,000-volt circuit 
which taps the main line between Ottawa and Smiths Falls. A second 110,000- 
volt circuit is almost completed and will be placed in service at an early date. 
This station was built for the purpose of providing a supply of Gatineau power 
to meet the increasing load demand in the city of Ottawa and the immediate 
district. 

At the Rideau District temporary station, which is located on the Smiths 
Falls high-tension transformer station site, the 300 kv-a. transformer was re- 
placed with a 1,500 kv-a. 3-phase transformer which was placed in service on 
July 22. This transformer is supplied with power from the main 4,160-volt 
bus, steps the voltage up to 26,400 volts, and feeds into the 26,400-volt network 
at a nearby point. This makes power available from the Gatineau river and 



32 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

from other districts in the Eastern Ontario system, augmenting the Rideau 
district's own supply. 

At Cataraqui a new transformer station, having a capacity of 300 kv-a., 
was placed in service on January 5, supplying power to the Kingston rural 
power district. 

At Cardinal a new outdoor transformer station of 300 kv-a. capacity was 
placed in service July 5, supplying power to the village of Cardinal and rural 
customers in the district. 

At Consecon a 100 kv-a. transformer station was built and placed in service 
on June 28 for the purpose of supplying power to the Wellington rural power 
district. 

At the Howard Smith Paper Company's station near Cornwall, extensive 
improvements were carried out. In order to accommodate additional trans- 
former capacity, an outdoor high-tension structure was added to the station. 
Two additional outdoor transformers, having a total capacity of 4,500 kv-a., 
together with the necessary relays and metering equipment, were installed 
and placed in service on June 29. Four air circuit-breakers were installed, two 
replacing the indoor high-tension transformer bank oil-breakers, and two on 
the secondaries of the new outdoor transformers. A storage battery was installed, 
replacing the dry cell batteries, as a source of tripping potential for the automatic 
circuit-breakers. 

At Brockville one of the 750 kv-a. transformers was replaced by a 1,500 kv-a. 
transformer, bringing the total capacity of this station to 2,250 kv-a. The high- 
tension bus was extended to accommodate the new transformer. The low- 
tension bus was rebuilt. One of the 300-ampere transformer oil-breakers was 
replaced with a 600-ampere oil-breaker. The dry-cell tripping battery was 
replaced by a 12-cell storage battery. 

At Napanee the 300 kv-a. transformer was replaced by a 750 kv-a. trans- 
former. The capacity at this station is now 1,350 kv-a. The metering equipment 
was rearranged and a reactive kv-a. meter was installed. 

At Carleton Place a second bank, consisting of three single-phase 200 kv-a. 
transformers, was installed on February 10, thereby increasing the capacity of 
this station to 1,350 kv-a. A 12-cell storage battery, together with charging 
equipment, was also installed. Current transformers and ammeters were 
installed on both transformer banks. 

At Perth a 750 kv-a. three-phase outdoor transformer was installed, replacing 
the bank of three 200 kv-a. single-phase indoor transformers. A polyphase 
watthour meter was installed on the totalizing metering equipment. The low- 
tension bus at this station was rebuilt. 

At Arnprior a bank of three 500 kv-a. single-phase transformers was in- 
stalled on April 18, the totalizing metering was rearranged and graphic meters 
were installed. 

At Sidney plant, No. C2, extensive maintenance work was necessary. The 
governors were all overhauled. The turbines were all inspected and a quantity 
of driftwood removed from the runners. The lower guide bearing on the turbine 
exciter was rebabbited. All the low-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. The 
voltage regulator was overhauled. The floors in the power house were all 
painted. 

At Sidney terminal station, which is the high-tension transformer station 
for plants No. C2 and No. C5, all the high-tension and low-tension oil-breakers 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



60,000 



50,000 



40.000 



30,000 



20,000 



10,000 



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P EAK LOAD S 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

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50,000 



40,000 



30,000 



20,000 



10,000 



were thoroughly overhauled. All high-tension equipment in the station was 
inspected and repairs made where necessary. New totalizing graphic meters 
were installed on the 6,600-volt feeders to Trenton. The floors of the building 
and parts of the outdoor structure were painted. 

At Frankford plant, No. C5, all the turbines were overhauled. A number 
of broken gates had to be replaced in each turbine. Repairs to the tailrace 
diversion wall, which was dangerously undermined for a considerable distance, 
were completed early in the year. The upper guide bearing on one of the 
generators had to be replaced. The low-tension oil-breakers and the electro- 
lytic lightning arresters were overhauled. 

At Meyersburg plant, No. C8, a general inspection was made of the turbines 
and hydraulic equipment, but no extensive maintenance was found necessary. 
All the high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. Two defective insulators 
were replaced on one of the high-tension disconnecting-switches. 

At Hagues Reach plant, No. C9, all three turbines were unwatered and 
inspected. The speed ring of one unit was replaced. The runner of this unit 
was eroded but satisfactory repairs were made by welding. All the high-tension 



34 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



1 2,500 



:> 

JAN 
FEB 

APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 




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JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ" 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

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APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

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NOV 

DEC 



10,000 



7,500 



5,000 



2.500 



oil-breakers were overhauled. Defective insulators were replaced on the high- 
tension disconnecting-switches. A new enclosed type of storage battery was 
installed, replacing the defective battery which was installed when the plant 
was placed in service in 1925. A short length of the supervisory-control cable, 
which was in conduit underground, became defective and was replaced by an 
aerial cable. A considerable amount of painting was done in the power house. 

The above two plants are of the automatic supervisory remote-controlled 
type, which involves a considerable number of relays in an operating sequence. 
A large number of these relays are necessarily delicate in their structure and 
it will be appreciated that a regular routine of test and adjustment is necessary. 
These plants have now been in service for more than five years and have oper- 
ated very satisfactorily and economically. 

At Ranney Falls, No. CIO, the plant was unwatered and a thorough inspec- 
tion of all hydraulic equipment made. The hydro cones of both turbines were 
inspected under water and both were found to be in good condition. A number 
of broken gate arms were removed from one turbine. A complete set of gate 
arms, of a new design having a bronze breaking pin, were installed in this 
turbine. Two defective guide bearings on one of the generators were rebab- 
bited. All the low-tension oil-breakers and one high-tension oil-breaker were 
overhauled. Pulsating resistances were installed in the voltage regulators. 
The head gates and the floors of the generator room were painted. 

At Seymour plant, No. Cll, the forebay was unwatered and the racks 
cleaned. All turbines and governors were overhauled. A defective bearing 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



5,000 



5 
> 
> 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

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JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

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AUG 

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c 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

OEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 



4,000 



3.000 



2.000 



1.000 



was replaced on the countershaft of one unit. The crown gears on two units 
were repaired. The outside of the upstream-wall of the power house was wire- 
brushed and treated with two applications of oil. All the high-tension oil- 
breakers and one set of electrolytic type high-tension lightning arresters were 
overhauled. The guide bearing of the turbine exciter was replaced on two 
occasions. The armature of the turbine exciter was rewound. One defective 
coil was replaced in one of the generators. Brakes were installed on all five 
generators. The station low-tension bus was rearranged, and a set of low- tension 
disconnecting switches installed between the bus and a new station-service 
feeder. New totalizing metering equipment and directional residual relays were 
installed. The high-tension neutral was grounded. 

At Heely Falls plant, No. C14, all the turbines were unwatered and thor- 
oughly inspected. A large quantity of driftwood was removed from two of the 
wheel pits. The front and rear glands of all turbines were repacked. A new 
water cooling coil was installed on the back bearing of one turbine. The relief 
valves on all units were overhauled. All the high-tension and low-tension 
oil-breakers and lightning arresters were overhauled. One defective coil was 
replaced on one of the generators. Three new 44,000-volt rotor-type air-break 
switches were installed on three of the outgoing high-tension lines. New syn- 
chronizing jacks were installed. A new section of control cable was installed 
between the switchboard and one of the high-tension oil-breakers. Extensive 
painting was carried out throughout the plant, including all steel sash. The 



36 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

rusted places of the penstocks were wire-brushed and painted. Extensive 
repairs were made to the slate roof. 

At Auburn plant, No. CI 8, the forebay was un watered and the racks 
cleaned. All governors were overhauled. All turbines were inspected and a 
considerably quantity of driftwood was removed from one of the wheel pits. 
Broken gates were replaced in two of the turbines A new regulating arm 
was installed on the exciter turbine. Twenty-four new stop-logs were framed 
and treated with preservative for use when unwatering the forebay. Twenty- 
four defective coils were replaced in one of the generators. The low-tension 
electrolytic lightning arresters were overhauled. At Auburn transformer station 
directional residual ground relays were installed. The high-tension electrolytic 
lightning arresters were overhauled. All the floors in the station were painted. 
At Auburn switching towers the high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. 

AtFenelon Falls plant, No. C30,one new high-tension coil and complete new 
insulation was installed in one of the air-blast transformers which failed in service, 

At Calabogie generating station on the Madawaska river, the turbines 
were inspected and overhauled. New timbers were installed on the head gate. 
A general inspection was made of all high tension and low tension electrical 
equipment. A voltage regulator and line-drop compensator were installed and 
placed in service. 

At Galetta generating station on the Mississippi river, a general inspection of 
all hydraulic and electrical equipment was made. One of the turbines and one 
governor were overhauled. Synchronizing equipment was installed. 

At High Falls generating station on the Mississippi river, no extensive 
maintenance of hydraulic or electrical equipment was necessary. The iron 
bands on the penstock were all wire-brushed and painted. All the generators 
and exciters were thoroughly cleaned and one coat of compound applied. The 
power-house roof and the interior of the power house were painted. 

At Belleville two defective low-tension lightning arresters were replaced. 
The high-tension oil-breaker was overhauled and one defective bushing was 
replaced. 

At Belleville switching station two of the high-tension oil-breakers were 
overhauled on five separate occasions. Four of the old rotor-type disconnect- 
ing switches were replaced by new double-break disconnecting-switches. New 
type CR relays were installed on two of the high-tension lines. 

At Oshawa condenser station two indicating reactive kv-a. meters were 
installed. Type CO relays were installed, one for each condenser. The starter 
on the 1,000 kv-a. condenser was completely overhauled. 

At Oshawa transformer station, No. 1, the high-tension and low-tension 
oil-breakers were overhauled. Voltage jacks were installed on the main and 
emergency bus potential transformers. Gravity-balance type kw. and r.-kv-a. 
meters were installed. 

At Kingston switching station all the high-tension bus insulators were 
replaced. The 44, 000- volt potential fuses were replaced by a more suitable type. 

At Kingston transformer station three of the high-tension transformers 
were inspected, the cores, windings and water-cooling coils were thorough^ 
cleaned and the oil was changed in each transformer. 

At Lakefield transformer station ground resistance measurements were 
made, eight new copper ground rods were installed and the ground connections 
were rearranged. The 6,600-volt lightning arresters were replaced by pellet 
type arresters. A 75-kw. transformer failed in service, was returned to the 
manufacturer for repairs, and reinstalled. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Graphs iSHow'mtf 
PRECIPITATION on ft* OTONABEE WATERSHED 



Tftc Atfua! and Norenat Pr»iipiteti6n liquet* ihijvoi in. iiMfck 4»f>b* or* iS>* 
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**X rotate a*fc month tt <wofl>*>\ 

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PLATE A— PRECIPITATION DATA 

The upper graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Otonabee water- 
shed expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal return of the Meteorological Service for 
Peterboro, Lindsay, Bancroft and Haliburton, 

Although the numerical values differ from month to month the normal precipitation is taken as 
100 per cent., hence the solidly hatched areas represent the amount by which the precipitation 
exceeded the average while the dotted hatched area represents in a similar manner the deficiencies. 

The lower graph shows the actual and normal precipitation in inches of rain. 



38 



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No. 26 



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PLATE B1— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
December 20, 1929, to June 20, 1930 

GRAPH No. 1 — System average weekly load in kilowatts, which includes power purchased from 
the Gatineau Power Company and plants 12 and 17. 

GRAPH No. 1a— Weekly average load in kilowatts supplied by H.E.P.C. plants on the Trent and 
Otonabee rivers. 

GRAPH No. 2 — Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all dams, exclusive of 12 and 17. 
This equals the weekly average load supplied by H.E.P.C. plants only, plus the power equivalent of the 
weekly average wastage at these plants. This wastage is shown by the dotted hatched area between 
curves 2 and 1a. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 




Central Onlar/c District 

0£N£&AL OPERATING DATA 

.'925-1930 



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PLATE B2— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
June 20, 1930, to December 19, 1930 

GRAPH No. 3 — Average daily wastage expressed in kilowatts at all dams, exclusive of dams 12 and 
17. In the weekly aggregate the area under this graph equals the wastage represented by the hatched 
area between curves 2 and 1a. 

GRAPH No. 4 — Average daily power purchased from plants 12 and 17 in kilowatts. 

GRAPH No. 5— Midnight elevations of Rice lake. 

GRAPH No. 6 — Midnight elevations of Heely-Hastings reach. 



40 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 

i = Iilililsis 3MM 



25,000 




15.000 



10.000 



20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5,000 



At Madoc a defective 44,000-volt roof-inlet bushing was replaced. The 
44,000-volt electrolytic lightning arresters were overhauled. 

At Newcastle a defective bushing was replaced in the 44,000-volt oil- 
breaker. The high-tension arresters were overhauled. 

At Norwood switching station the 44,000-volt air-break switches were 
overhauled. 

At Norwood transformer station new ammeters were installed on two of 
the low-tension feeders. The low-tension lightning arresters were overhauled. 

At Apple Hill a new cover and new bushings were installed on the high- 
tension transformer. A standard chain link fence was built around the station 
property. 

At Prescott the station roof and flashing was renewed, and the brickwork 
was repainted. Repairs were made to the switching structure. 

At Morrisburg a small service building of frame construction was erected 
for the purpose of housing one of the maintenance trucks and storing a limited 
quantity of line maintenance material. 

Work in connection with the inspection and maintenance of high-voltage 
transmission lines was actively carried out during the year. A number of 



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EASTERN ONTARIO , SYSTEM 
DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31- 19)0 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



4,000 



1 

JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUQ 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 












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HYDRO'ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO "T~ 


c 

JAN 
FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 

APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



3.000 



2,000 



1,000 






RENFREW D/Sr. SYSTEM 



33,OOOU 



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HORSEPOWER 



CRLRSOGlE DIST. SYSTEM 



GENERATING STATIONS 



TRANSFORMER STATION'S 



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DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 

STAT/O/VS AND ll/VES IN SERVICE 

STATIO/VS AND ll/VES AIOT COMMISSIONS PROP£RTT / 



FITZROY D/ST. SYSTEM 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
MADAWASKA DISTRICT 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



42 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



poles were stubbed on the 44,000 and 26,400-volt lines. During the year over 
27,000 pin-type insulators were inspected, 4,700 of which were found to be 
defective and were replaced. A large number of defective cross arms and 
pins were replaced. An air-break switch was installed on the 110,000-volt 
line at Richmond. Four air-break switches of an improved type were installed 
on the 26,400-volt lines. These switches will greatly facilitate the work in 
locating and isolating a defective line section. The usual amount of tree 
trimming was done. New platforms were constructed and other improvements 
were made at several of the high-tension switching structures. Several miles 
of low-tension line were constructed at different points for the purpose of trans- 
mitting power into rural power districts. 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop has again been very active 
throughout the year. The work has included the testing and repairing of 
various types of meters, and the fabrication of electrical apparatus and replace- 
ment parts required in power plant maintenance. 

An extensive programme of field work was carried out by the Meter 
department during the year. This department is responsible for the installation 
and maintenance of all metering equipment and relays on this system. Assistance 
has been rendered throughout the year to various municipalities, local systems 
and private companies in connection with technical problems in the field. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— CENTRAL ONTARIO DISTRICT 
LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 | Oct., 1929 | Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 

Decrease I Increase 



Belleville 


3,121.1 
114.6 

1,792.2 
242.6 

1,267.7 

152.4 
164.9 
250.6 
3,912.5 
182.9 

1,678.3 

135.0 

92.7 

64.3 

931.7 

396.8 
71.1 

124.8 
50.1 

47.3 

8,659.5 
6,097.0 

737.2 

1,112.6 

261.4 

1,906.9 

209.1 

54.9 

133.8 

1,000.8 


3,551.5 
101.2 

1,724.4 
265.4 

1,361.7 

168.9 
152.8 
220.9 
4,221.8 
192.3 

1,522.7 

142.6 

86.6 

68.6 

957.5 

236.0 
72.9 

142.5 

72.9 

165.7 

8,880.7 

6,271.0 

892.7 

1,207.7 

282.8 

2,610.6 

214.5 

57.6 

144.0 

958.5 


3,539.7 
121.0 

1,766.4 
274.2 

1,383.0 

190.6 
181.3 
228.5 
4,451.8 
225.6 

1,662.3 

168.9 

87.6 

85.6 

1,009.8 

45.5 
82.0 
168.7 
74.4 
60.9 

8,706.4 

6,400.2 

804.3 

1,331.6 

252.5 

2,731.6 

197.0 

69.9 

201.0 

1,020.1 


11.8 




Bloomfield . . 


19.8 


Bowmanville 




42.0 


Brighton 




8.8 


Cobourg 




21.3 


Colborne . . 




21.7 


Deseronto . . 




28.5 


Havelock 




7.6 


Kingston 




230.0 


Lakefield . 




33.3 


Lindsay 




139.6 


Madoc 




26.3 


Marmora . . 




1.0 


Millbrook. . 




17.0 


Napanee 




52.3 


Newburg . 


190.5 




Newcastle . . 


9.1 


Norwood . 




26.2 


Omemee. 




1.5 


Orono. . 


104.8 
174.3 




Oshawa 




Peterborough . . . 


129.2 


Picton 


88.4 




Port Hope 


123.9 


Stirling. 


30.3 




Trenton .... 


121.0 


Tweed . . . 


17.5 




Warkworth . 


12.3 


Wellington . . 




57.0 


Whitby 


61.6 





193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— CENTRAL ONTARIO DISTRICT 
RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1928-1929-1930 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928! Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Belleville 


159.4 
4.0 

56.3 
24.5 
45.1 

39.2 
1.0 

12.5 
2.0 


170.4 
4.9 

54.7. 
110.1 
44.2 

51.6 
1.0 

14.5 
5.0 

5.3 

397.4 

424.7 

127.3 

22.8 

10.0 

1.0 
16.0 


240.4 
56.7 
54.7 

122.3 
67.0 

151.3 

1.0 

47.1 

103.4 

9.7 

372.6 

434.4 

139.4 

47.7 

12.4 

2.5 
108.8 




70.0 


Bowmanville. . 




51.8 


Campbellford 

Cobourg 








12.2 


Colborne 




22.8 


Kingston 




99.7 


Lakefield .... 






Newcastle .... 




32.6 


Napanee 

Norwood 




98.4 




4.4 


Oshawa .• 


324.5 

359.4 

97.0 

24.1 

10.0 


24.8 




Peterborough 


9.7 


Pickering 




12.1 


Port Hope 




24.9 


Trer.ton 




2.4 


Warkworth 




1.5 


Wellington 


11.3 




92.8 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— CENTRAL ONTARIO DISTRICT 
NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 1930 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


Brighton 


Nov. 1, 1929 
Mar. 4, 1930 
July 4, 1930 
Nov. 1, 1929 
July 12, 1930 


11.3 
1.0 

27.2 
2.0 
2.0 


14.0 

1.0 

27.0 

26.3 




2 7 


Deseronto 






Millbrook 


0.2 




Stirling 


24 3 


Lindsay 


2.0 











EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— ST. LAWRENCE DISTRICT 
LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1929-1930 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


232.1 
30.0 


214.7 

28.0 

70.7 

1,954.5 

167.5 

38.1 
44.9 

25.2 

52.2 

682.7 

50.2 

35.3 
198.4 


260.9 

27.5 

87.9 

2,220.2 

198.4 

50.0 
67.4 

27.5 

58.0 

882.5 

72.4 

37.3 

212.3 




46.2 


Apple Hill 


0.5 




Athens 


17 2 


Brockville 


1,732.9 
248.0 

30.5 
37.6 
17.5 
50.0 
570.6 

61.5 

37.4 

182.3 




265 7 


Chesterville 




30.9 


Finch 




11.9 


Lancaster 




22.5 


Martintown 




2 3 


Maxville 




5 8 


Prescott 




199 8 


Russell 




22.2 


Williamsburg 




2 


Winchester 




13 9 









44 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— ST. LAWRENCE DISTRICT 
NEW MUNICIPALITIES 



Municipality 


Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Initial 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


Cardinal .... 


July 4, 1929 


53.6 


112.6 




59 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— ST. LAWRENCE DISTRICT 
RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1928-1929-1930 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1929-1930 


Oct., 1928 | Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 


Decrease | Increase 


22.0 

47.2 

51.3 

28.2 

0.7 

56.7 
2.0 


28.6 
59.2 

82.2 

42.2 

0.7 

69.0 

8.4 


* 

406.3 

104.4 

46.5 

91.1 

85.3 
20.6 








347.1 




22.2 




4.3 




90.4 




16.3 




12.2 



Apple Hill. . 
Brockville . . 
Chesterville. 
Martintown 
Maxville 



Prescott 

Williamsburg 



♦Absorbed by Maxville R.P.D. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— ST. LAWRENCE DISTRICT 
NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 1930 







Date 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Rural power district 


connected 


Initial 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


Dec. 5, 1929 
July 1, 1930 


7.6 
375.0 


15.2 
375.0 




7.6 


Iroquois 












EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RIDEAU DISTRICT 
LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1928-1929-1930 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1929-1930 






Oct., 1928 | Oct., 1929 | Oct., 1930 


Decrease | Increase 



Carleton Place 
Kemptville. . . . 

Lanark 

Perth 

Smiths Falls. . 



749.3 

174.9 

49.8 

725.2 
1,292.2 



879.9 

217.7 

56.0 

774.8 

1,410.2 



843.1 

241.3 

61.6 

891.4 

1,615.3 



36. 



23.6 

5.6 

116.6 

205.1 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RIDEAU DISTRICT 
RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1929 AND 1930 


Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 


Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 


Decrease | Increase 


Smiths Falls 


76.0 


137.3 




61.3 









1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— OTTAWA DISTRICT 
LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease I Increase 



Ottawa 20,241.0 



22,079.0 



24,047.4 



,968.4 



Note. — Nepean rural power district and Richmond included in Ottawa load to the extent 
of 282 horsepower for October, 1928, 375.3 horsepower for October, 1929 and 450.4 horsepower 
for October, 1930. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The load on the Thunder Bay system during the past fiscal year has been 
very similar to that existing during the preceding year, the total energy generated 
and the peak load for the year being slightly greater, but the average peak 
being about 2.5 per cent less during 1930 than in 1929. While the load has 
continued at this same level there has been no restriction of power supply to 
any of the Commission's customers on this system. The Nipigon Corporation 
pulp mill at Nipigon has not been operating during the year. 



GREAT LAKES 
PAPER CO. LTO. 

(fort william) 



FORT WILLI An 

<—- 22,000. V 



FORT WILLIAM 



PORTARTHUR 



THUNDER BAVri 
PAPER CO. L.J" 

PORT ARTHUR 

22,000 . V. 

PORT APTHUR(HIGH ST.) 



LEGEND 

GENERATING STATIONS 

( "HORSEPOWER ' IS PA TEO EL EC TRICA L 

HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER PACTOR) 

TRANSFORMER STATIONS 



CAMERON FALLS 


//0,000 V. 


68,400 

HORSEPOWER 
















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MUNICIPAL STATIONS 
- STATIONS & LINES IN SERVICE 
STATIONS & LINES NOT COMMISSIONS PROPERTY- 



L._j ^ .- ,. 

NIPIGON CORPORATION LTD. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1930 



HYDRO-FLECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



The transmission capacity of the 110,000-volt lines has been materially 
augmented during the year by the erection of the second power circuit on the 
tower line between Cameron Falls generating station and Port Arthur trans- 
former station. This circuit was placed in service on February 2, 1930, and 
there are now three circuits between these points, giving an increased guarantee 
of continuous service. 

The new dam in the Nipigon river at Alexander generating station was 
placed in service on September 28, 1930. 



46 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Number 3 generator unit and temporary auxiliary equipment were placed 
in service at Alexander generating station on October 21, 1930. 

No new equipment was placed in operating service in the Cameron Falls 
generating station or at Fort William transformer station, but a new 110,000-volt 
breaker (for the third incoming line) was placed in service at Port Arthur 
transformer station on January 12, 1930. 

In the interests of convenient power interchange between the Thunder 
Bay system and the Kaministiquia Power Company's system, a tie at 22,000 
volts has been arranged. This consists of a short length of 22,000-volt circuit 
from the Commission's Fort William transformer station, erected on poles 
belonging to the Hydro-Electric Commission of Fort William, which connects 
through an air-break switch directly to one of the main circuits between the 
Kaministiquia Power Company's generating station at Kakabeka Falls and 
its Fort William terminal station. This interconnection was placed in service 
on February 11, 1930. 

There was no major hydraulic maintenance work done during the year. 
The auxiliary equipment, however, has been carefully gone over and is in first 
class operating condition. Special attention was paid to the overhauling and 
adjustment of the governors. 

Only minor maintenance work was done to any generator during the year. 
The main power transformers at Cameron Falls generating station and at 
Port Arthur transformer station, with one exception, have been disassembled, 
thoroughly cleaned and reassembled during the year, leaving them in first class 
operating condition. There remains one transformer at Cameron Falls generat- 
ing station to be completed, as this transformer is being equipped with a new 
12,000-volt winding of improved design. Emergency bus connections have 
been provided at Port Arthur transformer station whereby the spare trans- 
former may readily be connected in service to replace any unit of either bank, 
without moving it, which eliminates temporary oil and water connections. 

The 110,000-volt circuit-breakers at Cameron Falls generating station have 
been overhauled and adjusted during the year. One bushing on each of three 
breakers at this station failed during the year. There has also been a failure 
of a bushing on a breaker on one of the 22,000-volt feeders out of Port Arthur 
transformer station. 

The service obtained from the transmission lines during the year has been 
very good. The two system interruptions during the year have been due to 
failures of bushings in the 110,000-volt oil-breakers at Cameron Falls generating 
station. Flashovers, during thunderstorms on one transmission circuit have 
been responsible for two interruptions to Nipigon Corporation station, while 
the third interruption was due to the failure of a bushing in a 110,000-volt 
oil-breaker at Cameron Falls generating station. The Great Lakes Paper 
Company station and Fort William transformer station each had one interruption 
during the year, due to flashovers on their respective 110,000-volt transmission 
lines from Port Arthur transformer station. Some changes in the power 
transpositions in the wood-pole circuit were made during the year at the instance 
•of £he Canadian Pacific railway and Canadian National railways, whose 
communication circuits are closely paralleled by these transmission lines. 
Maintenance work has been done on these wood-pole lines in tightening guys 
and treating the poles at the ground line. Brush was cut along certain sections 
of the right-of-way. 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



47 



HORSEPOWER 





JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

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The Port Arthur transformer station has had no curtailment of service 
to any customer due to failures of equipment. New foundations have been 
placed for a number of the supporting columns of the steel framework of the 
station, and also for several of the 110,000-volt breakers, without interfering 
with service. The relay and breaker equipment has operated satisfactorily 
during the year. 

The Fort William transformer station also has had no failures of^equipment 
or incorrect functioning of relays or breakers. Some slight addition to the 
feeder equipment has been made, to permit of synchronizing around the tie 



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No. 26 



breaker when paralleling with the Kaministiquia Power Company's system, 
and the metering arrangement has also been improved. 

The precipitation in the watershed supplying this system has been relatively 
light during the year, and there has been very little water spilled (wasted) over 
the power house dam. The heavy load on the system has required a correspond- 
ingly large flow in the river. The level of lake Nipigon has been drawn down 
to its lowest value since the regulating dam at Virgin Falls was built. 

Radio Communication 

The two short-wave experimental radio stations at Cameron Falls and 
Toronto have been in service all year. Communication between the two 
stations was fairly reliable throughout the year, there being only a few days 
in each month when conditions were not satisfactory. Considerable trouble 
from outside interference has been experienced at Toronto, and various attempts 
to eliminate or avoid this were made. 

During the year the transmitter at Toronto was completely overhauled 
and rebuilt, using an improved circuit. This has resulted in improved efficiency 
and more stable operating conditions. No special maintenance work was 
required at the Cameron Falls station. 

Now that a similar station has been placed in operation at Ear Falls 
generating station, Patricia district, the Cameron Falls station can be used 
as a means of relaying messages between Toronto and the above station. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM- 


LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 


1928-1929 


-1930 




Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1929-1930 


Municipality 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 

Nipigon Township 


10,556. 2 

56.2 

27,839.1 


9,966.5 

57.6 

41,863.2 


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65.7 

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NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District 

The peak load in the Nipissing district shows an increase of six per cent, 
and the average load an increase of four per cent, over the previous year. 

Numerous changes and additions were made to the telephone layout in 
this district, which included the installation of telephone and protective equip- 
ment at North Bay station, Z9, the installation of new protective equipment 
at North Bay station, Z4, the restringing of the telephone line from Callander 
to North Bay with No. 6 A.C.S.R. conductor, the extension of the telephone 
system to Elliott Chute power house and operator's cottage, and the installation 
of a telephone exchange and rearrangement of lines at Bingham Chute power 
house. Since the Elliott Chute power house has been in operation, the operation 
of the system is directed from Bingham Chute power house. 



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OF ONTARIO 



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No. 26 



The Elliott Chute plant, which went into service under manual control 
in October, 1929, was made automatic and placed under remote control from 
Bingham Chute during the present year. 

Owing to a particularly dry fall in 1929, the supply of storage water, and 
consequently the river flow, was much reduced and it was necessary to curtail 
loads from about December 20 to January 8, 1930, when a thaw gave relief. 
Street lights were cut off at certain times, and sign lights partly cut off. Part 
of the North Bay pumping load was carried by a gasoline-driven pump, while 
part of the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway plant load was carried 
by its own steam auxiliary plant. 

A leak developed in the earth section of the new Elliott Chute dam in 
the fall of 1929, which was apparently caused by a spring. Three wells were 
sunk to collect the water from this leak and tile laid to drain the water away. 
Sheet piling was also driven in the dam as a reinforcement. In the spring of 
1930 while the frost was coming out of the earth and at a time when the head 
of water was comparatively high on the dam, a washout occurred in this earth 
section which required that the head on the dam be lowered and considerable 
new fill had to be placed in the holes caused by the washout. 

Lightning arresters were installed on the three-phase feeder to the surge 
tank, on the Nipissing village feeder at Nipissing power house, and on the 
2,300-volt bus and the Powassan feeder at Bingham Chute power house. These 
arresters were installed for the purpose of trying to prevent lightning surges 
coming in over the low-tension feeders and damaging the generators. 

Inspection of the turbines at all three power houses was made, and all 
found in good condition. The inside of the turbines, the draft tubes, distributor 
pipe, thimbles and trash racks were painted at Bingham Chute and repairs 
made to the aprons in the sluiceways. 

Extensive changes were required to the double circuit 22,000-volt lines in 
the vicinity of Callander owing to a siding built by the Canadian National 
railways, and due to relocation of the Ferguson highway. Due to the relocation 
of the highway it was necessary to detour the lines to avert damage during 
blasting, and to relocate them after the highway was completed. A section of 
line was restrung with new cable and longer poles erected at this point at the 
same time. Changes for a crossing were also made at the request of the Bell 
Telephone Company at another point. 

A new concrete sluiceway and waste weir were constructed at Craig Lake 
dam, also a permanent retaining crib. This new sluiceway replaces the old 
wooden sluiceway, which was the weakest part of the dam and which has been 
filled in. Extensive repairs were carried out at several other storage lake dams. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— NIPISSING DISTRICT 
LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1928-1929-1930 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1928 | Oct., 1929 | Oct., 1930 



Change in load 
1929-1930 



Decrease Increase 



Callander 


113.9 
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2,721.2 
70.8 


107.2 
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2,992.6 
96.6 


110.7 

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95.1 




3.5 


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118.6 


Powassan 


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RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1928-1929-1930 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1929-1930 


Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 | Oct., 1930 


Decrease 


Increase 


North Bay 


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42.2 


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52 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Sudbury District 

As stated in the last Annual Report, the control of the Wahnapitae Power 
Company was acquired by the Commission in 1929. From February, 1929, 
until April 30, 1930, the company continued as a joint stock company with 
the Commission's Operating department controlling the operation of the three 
generating plants and transmission lines. On April 30, 1930, the Commission 
completed the purchase of the company and the former Wahnapitae Power 
Company properties are now included in the Commission's Northern Ontario 
system and known as the Sudbury district. 

The Sudbury district includes three generating stations, with 22,500-volt 
tie lines between plants, a line from the Coniston plant to Sudbury, also operated 
at 22,500-volts, and a substation at Sudbury. Power is supplied to Sudbury, to 
the International Nickel Company's plant at Coniston, to the Treadwell Yukon 
Company, the Falconbridge Nickel Company and to Burwash Industrial 
Farm. The three mining companies named above and the Burwash Industrial 
Farm, each own their own transmission lines. 

The power houses have been named Coniston, McVittie and Stinson. 
The rated generating capacities of the three plants are as follows: — Coniston 
4,550 kv-a., McVittie, 2,500 kv-a., Stinson 5,000 kv-a., making a total of 
12,050 kv-a. 

The peak load in this district .shows an increase of twenty-two per cent 
and the average load an increase of twenty-three per cent over the previous 
year. Figures for load in the fiscal year 1929 were obtained partly from the 
records of the Wahnapitae Power Company. The major part of this increase 
was due to the addition of the Sudbury municipal load and the load of the 
Falconbridge Nickel Company. 

Due to a period of continuous heavy rains and a particularly heavy rainfall 
on June 27, the river flow became so great that McVittie power house was 
flooded to a depth of about fifteen inches on the power house floor. Water got 
into a portion of the generator and exciter windings, also into the machine 
cables. By June 30 the water was low enough to start work drying out the 
insulation affected, and the machines were placed back in service on July 8. 
As a result of this flood a certain portion of the system load was curtailed till 
repairs could be completed. 

On July 8 the No. 1 generator at this plant was damaged by lightning, 
shortly after it had been returned to service. Twelve coils had to be replaced 
and repairs made to the armature iron which had been damaged. 

To obviate future damage from flooding a bulkhead was placed in the 
floor opening left for No. 3 draft tube, and provision made for blocking the 
doors with stop logs. 

New lightning arresters were installed on the 2,300-volt bus at the McVittie 
plant to try and prevent trouble previously experienced due to lightning coming 
in over the Burwash feeder and damaging the generators. 

Trouble occurred in the upstream runner of No. 3 turbine at Coniston 
power house due to cracked and broken buckets. These defects were repaired 
by welding and the unit returned to service. As similar trouble was experienced 
with this runner a few years ago, it was felt that it would be advisable to have 
a spare runner, and a new runner was ordered. 



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Ventilators were installed on the roof of Stinson power house and the roof 
of Sudbury substation, to reduce the excessive temperatures in these stations 
during warm weather. 

The machines at all three power houses were carefully inspected and 
necessary maintenance work carried out, including turning down commutators 
and collector rings and undercutting mica on commutators, aligning bearings, 
and repairing gates and gate operating mechanism. 

The private telephone line was extended from the Sudbury substation to 
the Sudbury office so that the superintendent can keep in touch with the general 
operation of the district. 

Considerable underbrushing was done along the lines, and a large number 
of poles treated with preservative at the ground line. 

During the severe floods experienced in the upper Wahnapitae watershed 
at the end of June, the storage dam on Scotia lake failed and part of the dam 
was washed away. Arrangements were made to replace this dam and at the 
end of the fiscal year reconstruction of the dam was under way. 



Patricia District 

The generating and transformer station at Ear Falls on the English river 
was tested out and placed in service on Dec. 25, 1929, but since the installation 
of electrical equipment at the Howey gold mine at Red lake was not completed, 
no power was supplied until February, 1930, when some equipment at the 
mine was tested out. This load slowly increased and reached its maximum 
level during May, and since has remained fairly constant. 

All equipment at this station has functioned in a very satisfactory manner, 
though some minor troubles have been experienced with the governor pump 
equipment. No major maintenance work has been necessary during the year. 



54 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The Commission has maintained the half of the 44,000-volt transmission 
line adjacent to the generating station for the Howey Gold Mines, who own this 
line. There have been two interruptions to service due to trouble on the trans- 
mission line during the year. Both of these were caused by trees blown across 
the line. On May 22, during a heavy blizzard, a very strong west wind uprooted 
a tree and blew it across the line. It is the intention to continue cutting the 
higher trees in the bush adjacent to the cleared right-of-way, but it is somewhat 
doubtful whether the completion of this work would have prevented the outages 
mentioned above. 

One other interruption to service was due to failure of a current transformer 
in the generating station caused by water coming through around the windows. 
This condition has been remedied. 

Heavy forest fires were reported near Red lake early this year, but they 
were brought under control before as much damage was done as in the previous 
year. No fire, approached close enough to endanger the station or the transmission 
line. 

The transportation of operating supplies, maintenance material and men 
presents problems somewhat different from those encountered at plants in 
more thickly settled parts of the province. Ear Falls power house is situated 
on the English river about three miles below Goldpines, which is located at 
the outlet from Lac Seul. During the summer supplies are transported by water 
from Hudson, the nearest railway station, a distance of about 125 miles. In 
the winter, when lake and river are frozen, transportation is by team, or by 
motor truck when snow permits, over the same route. In the fall when the 
lakes and rivers start to freeze over, there is a period of four to six weeks in 
October and November when navigation becomes impossible and transportation 
over the ice is not feasible. Another similar period occurs during the spring 
break-up of ice on the lake's surface. During these periods the plant is almost 
completely isolated. In addition to the above methods of transportation there 
is a regular aeroplane service between Sioux Lookout, on the C.N.R., and 
Goldpines, and a second air service between Hudson and Goldpines. Men, 
mail and small packages may be sent in over these air routes, a distance of 
about 75 miles as against 125 miles by the more circuitous water route. As the 
aeroplanes use pontoons for landing on the water during the summer, and skiis 
for landing on the frozen surface of the lake and river during the winter, they 
also are affected by the fall and spring break-up. During the break-up periods, 
therefore, the staff at the power house is cut off from all operating and main- 
tenance supplies and even from communication by mail. Their sole connection 
w r ith the outside world is by radio. 

During the past year the plant was completely isolated from April 11 to 
May 9, but the autumn freeze-up was later than usual, traffic and mail com- 
munication remaining open up to October 31, the end of the fiscal year covered 
by this Report. 

At the instance of the Lake-of-the-Woods Control Board the flow in the 
English river has been frequently adjusted during the year by means of the 
Lac Seul regulating dam at Ear Falls. 

The precipitation records have only been kept since May, but it is believed 
that the precipitation in this district has been somewhat above normal this 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



55 



HORSEPOWER 



3,000 



2.000 



1.000 







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PATRICIA DISTRICT 

P EAK LOAD S 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



3,000 



2,000 



1,000 



year. Due to the conservation of water when not required by the Lake-of-the- 
Woods Control Board the level of Lac Seul has been materially raised during 
the year. 

Radio Communication 

During the year a short-wave experimental radio station was built and 
installed at Ear Falls generating station. The radio equipment is similar in 
capacity to those already in service at Cameron Falls on the Thunder Bay 
system, and at Toronto. The transmitter embodies the new type of circuit 
that has been used in the alteration of the set at Toronto. Rectified current 
has been used as a power supply in place of the usual motor generator set. This 
source of power has given very satisfactory service. 

Contact was first established between this station and Toronto on May 26, 
1930. Since that time communication has been carried on quite regularly 
with the exception of a short interval when the station was without an operator. 

Ear Falls is the Commission's most outlying station and is completely 
isolated for periods of four to eight weeks in spring and fall. The radio station 
is therefore a very necessary and important feature, as it is the only means 
of maintaining communication with the outside world during the periods of 
isolation. 

Contact has frequently been established between this station and the one 
at Cameron Falls on the Thunder Bay system. By this means messages may be 
relayed between Ear Falls and Toronto when conditions are not favorable for 
direct communication. 



56 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION HI 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity in connection with the 
operation of the "Hydro" utilities of the various municipalities with which it 
has contracts. In this connection the Commission arranges for the purchase, 
construction or extension of distribution systems and assists the municipal 
officials in making their financial arrangements to pay for the cost of these 
systems. All rate adjustments, as provided under The Power Commission Act, 
are recommended by the Commission, and a study of the operating conditions 
of all utilities is made annually and adjustments recommended accordingly. 
The Commission generally supervises the management and operation of all 
systems, more especially in the smaller municipalities which, individually, are 
not of sufficient size to employ a manager with the technical knowledge necessary 
to administer properly all phases of the local system's operation. 

In the case of the rural power districts, the Commission itself — on behalf 
of the corporations of the individual townships — operates the rural power 
systems, and distributes electrical energy to the customers of the respective 
corporations in any such rural power district. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

The increase in the power demands of the Niagara system while not as 
great as in some preceding years was satisfactory. The tenth unit at the Queen- 
ston generating station was completed and placed in operation on July 4, 1930. 
The eastern section, approximately ninety-one miles in length, of the second 
220,000-volt steel-tower line conveying Gatineau River power to Toronto, 
was completed. 

The Commission and the Chats Falls Power Company have under con- 
struction at Chats Falls on the Ottawa river a generating plant which will 
deliver approximately 224,000 horsepower to the Niagara system. A third 
220,000-volt steel-tower line has been placed under construction to connect 
Leaside with this generating plant. 

A new 110,000-volt line has been constructed from the vicinity of Niagara 
falls to Port Colborne to supply the industrial loads in this vicinity. 

During the year the Commission purchased the properties known as the 
Dominion Power and Transmission Company. This Company with subsidiaries 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 57 

was purchased for the sum of $21,000,000. The capacity of the generating plants 
plus power purchased under contract amounts to 83,900 horsepower and power 
is delivered to a large number of municipalities and industrial consumers in the 
territory extending from Port Colborne and St. Catharines to Hamilton, 
Brantford and Oakville. 

By operating the Queenston-Chippawa plant — the most efficient of the 
three plants owned by the Commission — at full capacity as much of the time 
as possible, the Commission is able to obtain from the available water supply 
a maximum amount of power. After taking care of the full requirements of 
the Niagara system operating at its greatest capacity, the Commission was able 
during the year to sell substantial quantities of interruptible off-peak power to 
companies in the United States under arrangements which permit its withdrawal 
when required by Canadian industries. Such sales are of course of benefit to 
the system. 

General engineering assistance was given during the year to practically all 
of the municipalities in the Niagara system, by a general supervision of manage- 
ment and operation, and also in connection with the construction and extension 
of distribution systems and stations. Certain municipalities received special 
engineering advice and assistance regarding a number of matters, which are 
more fully referred to as follows : 

Acton — A decided increase in the load of power users necessitated the 
installation of 300-kv-a. additional capacity in Acton distributing station. 
Additional 4,000-volt feeders to serve these loads were also provided. 

Bolton — Increased use of appliances by domestic users necessitated the 
rebuilding of a portion of the system and the work was undertaken by the 
staff of the Woodbridge rural power district, directed by the Commission's 
engineers. 

Brantford — A new substation known as Brantford Sub No. 2 was erected 
during the year. This consists of one 3,000-kv-a. outdoor-type transformer with 
the switching and metering equipment housed in a brick building. Six 4,000-volt 
feeders have been installed. The station will be unattended and may be tied 
in with Sub No. 1. Provision has been made for an additional 3,000-kv-a. 
transformer to be mounted outside. 

Brigden — At the request of the local Trustee Board, the operation and 
maintenance of the distribution system were taken over by the Commission's 
staff of the Oil Springs rural power district. 

Chatham — Extensions and improvements were made to the transformer 
station. Additional ornamental street lighting was installed on Dufferin and 
Park streets. 

A recommendation was made to the Utility in connection with the issuing 
of debentures to take care of the bank overdraft and the financing of extensions, 
instead of making plant extensions from operating surplus. 

Embro — At the request of the local Commission the operation and main- 
tenance of the electrical system was taken over by the Ingersoll rural power 
district staff during the year. 

Essex — The distribution system was changed so as to remove all primary 
4,000-volt conductors from the main street and make way for steel poles put 
in jointly by the municipality and the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Radial 



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Association. A new ornamental street lighting system, consisting of sixty-one 
300-watt multiple lights in pendant type of acorn fixtures, has been installed 
on these joint poles. 

Glencoe — The distribution voltage to Glencoe was changed to 8,000-volts 
and the local distribution system was remodelled to accommodate the change. 

Goderich — Tests were carried out by engineers of the Commission on a 
new domestic-pumping unit consisting of a 900-gallon, 310-foot head, centri- 
fugal pump direct driven by a 110-horsepower, 2,200-volt motor. 

Harrow — On Nov. 1, 1929, the local operation of the town system was 
taken over by the Commission's rural staff and a new office was opened on the 
main street. During the year the Commission's station was more than doubled 
in capacity to take care of the increasing loads in the town and in the rural 
district, especially along the lake Erie front where many new summer cottages 
are being built each year. 

Ingersoll — The distribution system was rebuilt to take care of the increased 
lighting loading. The primary feeders going north on Thames street were 
removed through the business street section and placed to the east in the rear 
of the buildings. 

Kingsville — Owing to the change in location for the new station in this 
municipality the primary 4,000-volt circuits were rearranged. Advantage will 
be taken of this to increase the size of these conductors and divide the town on 
east and west circuits. 

Lambeth— Plans have been prepared to take care of changes to the distri- 
bution system made necessary by the serving of this municipality from the 
Glendale station instead of from Delaware station. Actual work will be under- 
taken during the first month of the coming year. 

Lynden — In accordance with a resolution received from the local commis- 
sion, plans were prepared for remodelling the distribution system. The work 
has been completed by the Commission's staff of the Dundas rural power district. 

Merlin — During the early part of this year the operation of the local 
system was taken over by the Commission's Blenheim rural power district staff. 
A new office was opened for the village and surrounding rural district. 

Newbury — Distribution voltage to Newbury was changed to 8,000 volts 
and the local distribution system was remodelled to accommodate the change. 

New Hamburg — The rearrangement of a portion of the distribution system 
on Waterloo street and Huron road was undertaken, larger secondary conductor 
being installed. 

Oil Springs — During the year the operation of the local system was taken 
over by the Commission's Oil Springs rural power district staff. A new office 
was opened in Oil Springs to take care of the operation of the municipalities of 
Brigden and Oil Springs as well as the Brigden, Oil Springs and Petrolia rural 
power districts. 

Otterville — During the year thirty additional street lights were erected in 
the village, twelve of which are 200-watt ornamental brackets carried on adjacent 
poles in the business section of the main street. 



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Port Colborne — A substantial amount of work has been done on the local 
system in addition to installing cables under the new Welland Canal. The 
Commission's engineers prepared the plans and estimates. 

Port Dover — Upon receipt of a resolution from the Port Dover Commission, 
plans and estimates were prepared for increasing the capacity of the local system. 
The work is being carried out by the Commission's Simcoe rural power district 
staff. 

Richmond Hill — Increases in loads of domestic customers necessitated 
the rebuilding of'a substantial portion of the local distribution system. The 
work was done by the Commission's staff of the Bond Lake rural power district. 

St. Thomas — The office was moved from the old situation on Catharine 
street to a fine building purchased from Huron and Erie Mortgage and Loan 
Company. All Hydro bills which were formerly paid at the City Hall will now 
be paid at the new office. 

Sarnia — Improvement was made in the street lighting in the main part 
of the town, by the installation of more efficient glassware. Plans were made 
to improve the lighting throughout the city, and commencement was made by 
the installation of larger lamps on main secondary thoroughfares. This work 
will be completed during the coming year. 

Strathroy — A very fine ornamental street lighting system was put in on 
Front and Frank streets consisting of twin units. It was possible to eliminate 
a number of the overhead wires, which greatly improves the general appearance 
of the town. 

Sutton — As the distribution system in this municipality had become 
inadequate for the loads, a great amount of rebuilding was done, with the 
assistance of the Commission's engineers and the staff of the Keswick rural 
power district. 

Thedford — Plans and estimates have been prepared to remodel and rebuild 
the local distribution system to accommodate a change of distribution voltage 
from 4,000 to 8,000 volts. 

Tilbury — The 4,000-volt primaries were removed from the main street 
and new primary feeder line was constructed. New power secondaries were 
strung to supply practically all the power load from one bank of 550-volt trans- 
formers in the centre of the town. The transformers for the town fire pump 
were rearranged so as not to be on the lines except when required for fire purposes. 

Tillsonburg — In order to provide for increased loads, the main portion 
of the primary and secondary distribution system is being rebuilt locally with 
heavier conductor. Provision is also being made for a primary ring bus, in order 
to give better and more constant service. 

Wallaceburg — Work was commenced on the installation of an ornamental 
street lighting system in the business section of the town. 

Wardsville — Distribution voltage to Wardsville was changed to 8,000 volts 
and the local distribution system remodelled to accommodate the change. 

West Lome — The operation and the maintenance of the electrical distri- 
bution system were taken care of by the Commission through the Dutton rural 
power district staff in accordance with a request of the local Committee. 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The growth of load throughout this system during the year was such as to 
maintain an average increase equal to that established over past years, and as 
the various developments supplying power to the system became loaded to 
capacity the Commission undertook the construction of a 110,000-volt trans- 
mission line between Kitchener and Hanover, and a 5,000-kv-a. frequency 
changer set at Hanover, by means of which the Niagara and the Georgian Bay 
systems were tied together, and a large block of power made available for the 
Georgian Bay system from the Niagara system. This connection also makes 
possible the return of power from the Georgian Bay to the Niagara system during 
high w T ater periods. This line and station were completed and placed in operation 
during the year. A tie line between the Bala system and the Big Chute develop- 
ment was also completed and placed in operation during the year, and the dis- 
tributing lines of the Bala system were completely overhauled and placed in 
satisfactory operating condition. Complete new substations were installed as 
follows: Bala, 450-kv-a.; Utterson, 300-kv-a.; Southampton, 300-kv-a.; Pains- 
wick, 300-kv-a.; Tara, 75-kv-a., and Walkerton, 750-kv-a. The following 
existing substations were enlarged: Innisfil from 100-kv-a. to 450-kv-a.; Wroxeter 
Rural Power District from 75-kv-a. to 225-kv-a.; Kirkfield from 225-kv-a. to 
450-kv-a. 

Negotiations were conducted a'nd completed during the year with the Public 
Utilities Consolidated Corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota, covering the 
purchase of The Saugeen Electric Light and Power Company, and The Walkerton 
Electric Light and Power Company in Bruce County, and the Commission has 
now assumed complete control of these properties for the municipalities. 

General engineering assistance and advice concerning the management and 
operation of the various local distribution systems, also assistance in connection 
with the application of rates and the submission of information to power and 
lighting customers was rendered to all of the municipalities throughout the 
district. 

Engineering advice of a special nature in connection with matters referred 
to was given to the following municipalities: 

Barrie — Arrangements were made for changing the local distribution 
system from two-phase to three-phase, and plans and estimates were drawn up 
and submitted to the local Commission accordingly. 

Orillia — At the request of the town of Orillia, valuations were made of 
the rural lines in Rama, Mara and Orillia townships — owned and operated by 
the town of Orillia — in connection with the purchase of these lines by the Com- 
mission, and the operation of them under standard rural conditions in accordance 
with the Act. An agreement was drawn up and submitted, and negotiations 
carried on covering the purchase of these lines by the Commission. It is expected 
that the deal will be completed early next year. 

Port Elgin — A valuation of the distribution system was made in this 
municipality and estimates prepared covering the cost of reconstructing it in 
order that the local system might be in a position to give proper service. 

Rosseau — Enabling and money by-laws were submitted to the ratepayers 
and carried in this municipality on January 6, 1930. 



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Southampton — An estimate was prepared covering the reconstruction of 
the local distribution system in order to put it in first-class condition. A sub- 
station was also constructed in this municipality and service given from the 
Georgian Bay system on the 2nd of July. 

Wiarton — Estimates were prepared covering the complete reconstruction 
of the distribution system in this municipality. 

Windermere — A distribution system was constructed and placed in 
operation on June 30, 1930 and Hydro service given to the consumers for the 
first time. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

This system which was formed in 1929 by combining three former systems, 
viz,., Central Ontario system, St. Lawrence system and Rideau system, now 
serves the eastern portion of the Province as far west as Ontario county. 

The properties on the Madawaska and Mississippi rivers, acquired from 
Mr. M. J. O'Brien in June 1929 have also been combined with this system. 

A rural network of lines known as the Beach Rural Electric system in 
Dundas county supplied from a small generating plant at Iroquois owned by 
the Beach Estate, was acquired on July 1, 1930 by the Commission and a contract 
to purchase 500 horsepower was negotiated with the owners of this plant. These 
properties and power supply have also been made a part of the Eastern system. 

The system receives its power supply in part, from generating plants on 
the Trent Canal system and the Rideau, Mississippi and Madawaska rivers: 
purchased power at Cornwall from the Cedar Rapids Company and at Ottawa 
from the Gatineau Power Company as well as small blocks at other points 
supplement this supply. The immediate future requirements of the system 
are amply provided for by the contract with the Gatineau Power Company 
and the Commission holds numerous important water power sites on the above 
rivers for future development. 

Bancroft — Assistance and advice was given to this municipality in its 
negotiations with a private company for light and power. 

Bath — A report is in preparation with regard to the supply of power to 
the village of Bath. 

Belleville — On January 1, 1930 the Belleville Hydro-Electric System 
took over the operation of the Belleville distribution system, purchased from 
the Commission in 1929. Improvements to the street lighting system on 
No. 2 highway in Belleville are in course of construction. 

Brighton — The corporation of Brighton purchased the local distribution 
system in Brighton and took over the operation of this system on May 1, 1930. 
The plant has been operated by the Brighton Water Commission, pending 
the election of a local Hydro-Electric Commission at the 1931 municipal 
elections. 

Cardinal — This village which signed a contract with the Commission 
received its first supply of power on July 4, 1930. 



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Deseronto — Negotiations with regard to the purchase of the local distri- 
bution system by the municipality are now under way. 

Hastings — Plans and estimates with regard to the supply of power for 
Hastings were submitted to the Corporation. By-laws arranging for power 
supply were passed by the electors. 

Kingston — Assistance was given to the Public Utilities Commission, in 
connection with arranging for a supply of power for a new grain elevator which 
has been constructed at Kingston this year. 

Madoc — On the expiration of a contract for the supply of power at a fixed 
rate, the corporation of Madoc, on January 1, 1930 entered into a contract 
with the Commission for a supply of power at cost. A revision of the muni- 
cipality's system of rate charges was made to bring these in line with the Com- 
mission's standard form of rates. Plans are being made to improve the distri- 
bution system. 

Napanee — The corporation of Napanee purchased the local distribution 
system from the Commission and took over its operation on April 1, 1930. 
The Napanee Public Utilities Commission is operating the system. 

Oshawa — The Oshawa Public Utilities Commission on January 1, 1930 
took over the operation of the Oshawa electrical distribution system and the 
Oshawa gas plant purchased from the Commission in 1929. 

Port Hope — The corporation of Port Hope purchased the local distribution 
system from the Commission and took over the operation of the plant on 
May 1, 1930. 

Renfrew — Due to a shortage of water on the Bonnechere river, the town 
of Renfrew applied to the Commission for assistance. The Commission was 
able to assist by accepting the output of a steam driven generator at Arnprior 
and delivering an equivalent amount of power at Renfrew. 

Stirling — On the expiration of a contract for the supply of power at a 
fixed rate, the Corporation on January 1, 1930 entered into a new contract 
with the Commission for a supply of power at cost. Engineering assistance 
was give the municipality in connection with certain changes and improve- 
ments to the municipality's distribution station. Arrangements are being 
made with the municipality to take care of the operation of the adjacent rural 
power district. 

Trenton — The street lighting system has been converted from a series 
to a multiple system. 

Tweed — The Corporation is negotiating with the Commission for the 
purchase of the local distribution system in Tweed. 

Ottawa District 

In November 1929 the new high-tension station taking power at 110,000- 
volts, 60-cycles, was put into operation, the power delivered being part of that 
obtained under the contract with the Gatineau Power Company. The city 
of Ottawa takes this power at 11,000-volts through its new distribution station. 



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This additional power supply was made necessary by the rapid growth of load 
to an amount beyond the 20,000 horsepower available under the contract with 
the Ottawa and Hull Power Company, now incorporated in the Gatineau Power 
Company system. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The power consumption of this system was considerably affected during 
the year by the national and world-wide industrial depression which prevailed 
throughout the entire year. The grain trade and the pulp and paper industry 
utilize the major portion of power used in this district, and these two com- 
modities were among those which have suffered most from trade depression 
conditions. In spite of these difficulties, the results of the year's operation 
compare favorably with preceeding years. The Alexander development of 
54,000 horsepower capacity was completed in part, the first unit being placed 
in operation on October 21, 1930. 

Engineering assistance and advice covering the management and operation 
of the various distribution systems was given to the cities of Fort William and 
Port Arthur, also to the village of Nipigon, which comprise this system. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District 

Investigations were made and estimates prepared covering a future supply 
of power for this system, which comprises the city of North Bay and the villages 
of Powassan, Nipissing and Callander. 

Sudbury District 

After the preparation of estimates and careful investigation, arrangements 
were completed for securing a supply of power from The Ontario Power Service 
Corporation, a subsidiary of The Abitibi Power and Paper Company, from a 
development at Abitibi canyon on the Abitibi river, approximately 50 miles 
north of Cochrane. A contract for 100,000 horsepower was executed. The 
initial power will be delivered during the latter part of 1931. It is expected 
that this will supply the district with all of its requirements for some time to 
come, and will supplement power now being obtained from the former develop- 
ments of The Wahnapitae Power Company, which now form a part of the 
Commission's Northern Ontario system. A contract was executed with The 
International Nickel Company for a large block of power for its works at Copper 
Cliff. 

Patricia District 

This district is supplied by the new development at Ear Falls at the foot 
of Lac Seul, the first unit of 5,000 horsepower having been completed and 
placed in operation during the year. The only customer at present is the 
Howey Gold Mines Limited, but provision has been made for supplying any 
other industry which may require power to operate. 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
A farm home in Ontario using "Hydro" service 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 



The process of supplying electrical service to the rural areas of Ontario 
has now been going forward for several years and very encouraging progress 
has been made in the sections of the Province served by the transmission lines 
and stations of the Commission. Rural electrification to attain its greatest 
success must have the wholehearted support of all rural dwellers. It is 
essentially a community interest. The transmission lines which serve the 
individual farmers can also carry light and power to churches, schools and 
stores, and to factories utilizing agricultural products as their raw materials. 
Efficient electrical service at low cost, such as is supplied by the Commission, 
is a great step forward in the agricultural development of the Province, and 
its use helps to make farming more profitable. Moreover, no other agency 
can contribute so much to the maintenance of a standard of living which makes 
life in rural districts more attractive. 

The rural population has therefore welcomed with enthusiasm the possi- 
bility of obtaining the combination of lighting service with that of a most 
flexible form of power supply. The great networks of transmission lines which 
serve urban municipalities have constituted an opportunity and afforded a 
base from which rural primary lines may economically be extended over wide 
areas of the more closely settled parts of rural Ontario. The growth in mileage 
of rural lines during recent years has been phenomenal, and the farmers of 
Ontario are taking advantage of the service as fast as lines can be built to supply 
them. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make a 
distribution of electrical energy as widespread as possible, and to extend to 
every community that can economically be reached by transmission lines the 
benefit of electrical service. In harmony with this policy, the supplying of 
electrical service to rural districts has been undertaken according to a compre- 
hensive and carefully thought-out programme. For the purpose of electrical 
service in rural Ontario, rural power districts are formed in the more closely 
settled portions of the Province traversed by transmission lines. A typical 
rural power district covers about 100 square miles. Its boundaries are not 
arbitrary geographical limits — such as define, for example, the areas of town- 
ships — but depend rather upon the economic distances which may be served 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

A small automatic water pumping system as used in rural homes in 
Ontario, served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



from a distribution centre of city, town or village. It should be appreciated 
that without such transmission networks as have been constructed to serve 
the cities and towns of the Province, any extensive rural electrification would 
be economically impracticable. 

The experience gained by the Commission and the improvements in 
technique, enable electrical service to be given to rural districts when there 
can be secured three signed farm contracts, or their equivalent, per mile of 
line to be constructed. 

Assistance is given by the Province to farmers and rural residents in three 
ways, namely: 

First — A grant-in-aid toward the initial capital cost of supplying electrical 
service amounting to fifty per cent of the cost of line and secondary equipment, 
which is the maximum amount provided for by the Rural Hydro-Electric 
Distribution Act. 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

The three- horsepower motor illustrated is used in the barn to drive a chopping mill, a milking 
machine, a cream separator and a jack-shaft and emery stone 



Second — Authority has been granted by the Province to the Commission 
to fix a maximum service charge for any class of service rendered by the Com- 
mission in a rural power district. Where as is usually the case in newly estab- 
lished rural power districts such maximum service charge is not sufficient to 
meet the necessary cost of service, as specified by the Commission, the deficit 
is chargeable to and payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the 
Province. Payments made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for this 
purpose, on account of any rural power district, is charged to that rural power 
district in a special account known as the "Rural Power Service Suspense 
Account" in the books of the Treasurer of Ontario, and any surplus thereafter 
arising from any maximum service charge in that rural power district is to be 
paid to the Treasurer of Ontario and placed to the credit of the rural power 
district in such suspense account until the deficit is extinguished. Where a 
temporary deficit arises in any rural power district owing to the application 
of the maximum service charge, such maximum service charge must remain in 
force and be charged in that rural power district until the deficit is extinguished. 

A tabulation set out on an accompanying page shows the present maximum 
service charge placed in effect on January 1, 1930. 

Third — An Act to provide for granting aid towards the installation of 
electrical works in rural power districts was passed during the year. The 
purpose of this Act is to provide advances towards the installation of electrical 
services in rural power districts, subject to regulations. Aid may be granted 
subject to such regulations and repayments for the wiring from the transmission 
or distribution lines of the Commission into and throughout dwellings, farms, 
out-houses, and any other works which may from time to time be specified by 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

The tented city at the provincial ploughing match at Stratford, Ontario, at which "Hydro" made a 
very comprehensive demonstration of appliances and equipment for use on the farm 



the regulations. In addition to the wiring, loans may be obtained on trans- 
formers, motors, or other appliances, as may be necessary or expedient for any 
industrial, agricultural or domestic purpose which may be specified in the 
regulations. 

The assistance given by the Province in these several ways is in pursuance 
of a long-established governmental policy of promoting the basic industry of 
agriculture. This policy had previously found expression in the establishment 
of agricultural schools, colleges and experimental farms, in assistance for farm 
drainage, road building and in other ways. The grants-in-aid and guarantees 
thus given make it possible to extend hydro-electrical power service to those 
engaged in and connected with agricultural pursuits in less densely populated 
districts where otherwise such service would not be financially feasible. 

The extent and effect of the Province's financial assistance with respect 
to the distribution of power in rural districts should be clearly understood. 
The Government grant-in-aid relates to the initial capital investment. Having 
made its grant-in-aid, the Government further participates in the operation of 
each district in that it guarantees a maximum service charge, otherwise its 
participation in the operation of the property ceases. Each rural power district 
not only pays the cost of operation, maintenance and administration of its 
lines, but also sets up reserves for renewals, obsolescence and contingencies on 
the whole of the equipment and lines, as well as for sinking fund on the invest- 
ment made by the Commission on behalf of the townships served. 

The aggregate load distributed to the rural dwellers is, and possibly must 
always be, but a relatively small proportion of the total energy distributed 
by the Commission, and the provincial grant towards the cost of rural service 
is of no advantage to the power system as a whole, because the demand for 



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power at present, apart altogether from the small amount distributed to the 
rural districts, is such as readily to absorb the supplies progressively being 
made available. On the other hand, the beneficial influence of rural electrical 
service on agriculture is reflected in the prosperity and welfare of the Province 
as a whole, and is already a factor of importance and worth. 

The accompanying diagrams illustrate the unprecedented expansion of 
rural primary-line extensions during the last ten years, and the increase in 
the use of electricity by the farming communities of Ontario as shown by the 
aggregate peak loads. It is believed that further substantial progress will be 
made in the next few years. An outstanding reason for this growth is the 
extent to which the Commission has gained the confidence of the rural com- 
munities through efficiency in the construction of lines, through progressive 
reductions in rates and by a continuity of service which has contributed very 
materially to progress by inspiring confidence in the use of electrical power- 
driven machinery. 

The Year's Activities 

During the past year the amount of constructional work carried out in 
the rural power districts exceeded by a substantial margin that of any previous 
year. Some 1,860 miles of primary transmission lines were constructed or 
under construction and electrical service was given to 9,375 additional con- 
sumers. The capital expenditure approved for rural construction work during 
the past year was $2,041,919, and the aggregate peak load in October, 1930, 
reached 26,782 horsepower. Details of these matters and of the present status 
of rural distribution are presented in the accompanying tables. For the coming 
year, arrangements have been made to construct about 1,800 miles of additional 
rural lines. 

The engineers of the Commission attended during the past year a number 
of public meetings throughout the Province, held for the specific purpose of 
explaining to prospective consumers the rates at which electrical power could 
be supplied, the uses which can be made of power on the farm and the procedure 
necessary to obtain service. In all, seventy-five meetings were held. Where 
possible, moving pictures were shown, illustrating the uses of electricity on the 
farm. The provincial statutes relating to rural distribution were explained, 
pamphlets were distributed, and assistance was given to local committees 
appointed to canvass their respective districts. 

The Commission also co-operated with the Provincial Department of 
Agriculture by giving similar talks to students taking short-course lectures at 
the Agricultural College at Guelph, and at other centres. Representatives of 
the Commission also attended provincial ploughing matches and arranged to 
give information to a large number of interested farmers. The manufacturers 
of electric motors and other equipment used in connection with power on the 
farm co-operated with the Commission in giving demonstrations at various places, 
showing actually how power can advantageously be employed by the farmer. 

During the past year not only has the power taken by the rural power 
districts increased because of increased mileage of transmission lines and the 
demand of the consumer connected to these new lines, but the demand for 
power has also increased due to the greater use of electricity on the farms already 
served and due also to the connection of new consumers to existing lines. 
Furthermore, many townships have installed — in districts where the conditions 
warranted — street lighting systems on the public highways. To supply these 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
An electrically-equipped kitchen in a farmer's home in Markham rural power district. The electric 
range, washing machine, refrigerator, iron and toaster, with a modern sink and laundry tubs supplied 
by a water system installed in the basement, assist materially in relieving the arduous duties of the 

farmer's wife 



increased loads, new substations have been constructed and the capacities 
and number of lines have been increased. 

The tabulation on page 72 shows the extensions approved during the 
year, the number of consumers, the amounts of power supplied, the capital 
expenditures and the amounts of provincial grant-in-aid of rural lines approved 
by the Government. 

Rates for Rural Electrical Service 

Rates to rural consumers are based upon service "at cost," — proper account, 
of course, being taken of the Provincial grant-in-aid for rural work and the 
operation of the provision for a maximum service charge — and as in urban 
centres the rates are made up of two parts, a service charge and a consumption 
charge. In any given rural power district the service charge to a consumer 
depends primarily upon the individual connected load or demand which 
determines his class rating (See "Classification of Services") but this is modified 
in the earlier years of operation of a rural power district by the provision respect- 
ing maximum service charge; the consumption charge is in the form of a first 
and second kilowatt-hour charge and is largely determined by the cost of power 
at the source of supply to the rural power district. 

An important factor in connection with rural power supply is the stability 
of the rates charged. Since service is given at cost and since it is the policy 
to give service wherever economically practicable, it is necessary, in the interests 
of the rural consumers themselves, to ensure by contract a certain minimum 
return from each mile of line constructed. Otherwise, if one or two prospective 
consumers failed to take service, it would place an unfair burden upon those 
who did. Experience has led the Commission to adopt the safe policy of con- 
structing rural lines only when sufficient contracts have been signed to guarantee 



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MILES OF LINE 



MILES OF LINE 




payment of the fixed charges on their cost; the minimum signed contracts 
required being three ordinary farm contracts or their equivalent per mile of line 
constructed. 

For the purpose of determining the service charge, each mile of line is 
assumed to represent a minimum of 15 units and to each class of service is 
assigned a value in such units. The accompanying Table gives this information 
and shows the annual and monthly service charges applicable to each class of 



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service. It may be stated that more than 90 per cent of the contracts entered 
into for farm service are either of Class 2B or Class III. These, therefore, are 
the representative classes for individual farm service. 

Rather more than half the consumers in rural power districts are grouped 
in hamlets or small villages closely identified with rural activities, and these 
consumers are usually in Class IB or Class 1C. It should further be under- 
stood that rural power districts do not include suburban districts or larger 
villages. These have their own electrical utilities. 

All new rural power districts begin at standard rural rates and these con- 
stitute the maximum rates submitted to the proposed consumers. As the 
average number of consumers per mile of line increases, the service charges 
may be, and in practice have been, reduced; and with increased consumption 
the rates per kilowatt-hour are also lowered. Thus, in older-established rural 
power districts the total cost of service is much below the initial standard rates. 

At the end of this section is given a tabulation of the rural power districts 
established in connection with the several systems of the Commission, which 
shows the miles of line, the number of consumers and the rate schedules for 
each district. 



11 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 
As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921, to October 31, 1930 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for extension 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 

Georgian Bay 


5,437.55 
520.57 

1,070.08 
121.77 

5.00 


18,196 

2,399 

4,209 

372 

179 


17,305 
1,100 

2,573 
371 

11 


35,501 
3,499 
6,782 

743 

190 


$ c 

12,009,573.94 

1,087,005.36 

2,366,591.78 

249,096.53 

19,568.00 


$ c. 

6,004,786.97 

519,336 20 


Eastern Ontario 

Ottawa district 

Northern Ontario — 

Nipissing district 


1,183,295.89 
124,548.26 

9,784.00 


Total 


7,154.97 


25,355 


21,360 


46,715 


15,731,835.61 


7,841,751.32 



RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS DURING THE YEAR 1930 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1930 


Capital approved for 
extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 

Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario . . . 

Ottawa district . . 
Northern Ontario — 

Nipissing district. 


1,096.97 

245.27 

513.54 

37.95 


2,031 

924 

1,116 

60 

27 


3,264 

504 

' 1,360 

87 

2 


5,295 

1,428 

2,476 

147 

29 


21,758 

1,199 

3,305 

450 

70 


% c. 

2,395,325.00 

500,321.00 

1,124,500.83 

61,393.00 

2,300.00 


% c. 

1,197,662.50 

250,160.50 

562,250.42 

30,696.50 

1,150.00 








Total 


1,893.73 


4,158 


5,217 


9,375 


26,782 


4,083,839.83 


2,041,919.92 



SERVICE CHARGES IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— AS AT JANUARY 1, 1930 
With Provincial Grant-in-Aid — 25-cycle and 60-cycle Service 







Approx. 




Kilowatt- 










Class 


Units 


number 


Demand 


hours 


Gross 


Gross 


Net 


Net 


of 


per 


of 


allowed 


per 


annual 


monthly 


annual 


monthly 


rural 


con- 


customers 


consumer 


month 


service 


service 


service 


service 


service 


sumer* 


per mile 
of line 


in k-w. 


at 
first rate 


charge 


charge 


charge 


charge 












% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


IB 


2.25 


6.8 


0.75 


30 


18.00 


1.50 


16.20 


1.35 


1C 


3.75 


4.0 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


2A 


1.90 


8.0 


1.0 


30 


20.64 


1.72 


18.60 


1.55 


2B 


3.50 


4.3 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


3 


5.00 


3 


3.0 


42 


33.36 


2.78 


30 00 


2 50 


4 


5.35 


2.8 


5.0 


70 


36.00 


3.00 


32.40 


2.70 


5 


7.50 


2.0 


5.0 


70 


50.04 


4.17 


45.00 


3.75 


6A 


12.50 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


62.04 


5.17 


55.80 


4.65 


6B 


12.50 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


70.68 


5.89 


63.60 


5.30 


7A 


20.00 


0.74 


15.0 


210 


92.64 


7.72 


83.40 


6.95 


7B 


20.00 


0.7 


15.0 


210 


111.36 


9.28 


100.20 


8.35 



* Before a rural primary line is constructed contracts equivalent to 15 primary units per 
mile must be signed. (For explanation of units see accompanying text.) Thus three Class 3 
consumers at 5 units each equals 15 units. Service charges are adjusted so that each class of 
service bears its equitable share of the cost. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



73 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been executed, 
users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under general classes 
with limitations as follows: 



Class 



IB 

1C 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Service 



Hamlet Lighting 

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House Lighting 

Small Farm Service. . . 
Light Farm Service . 
Medium Farm Service 

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Heavy Farm Service . . 
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Special Farm Service. . 



Class 
demand 
kilowatts 



0.75 
2 

1 

2 

3 

5 

5 

9 

9 
15 
15 



Phase 


Volts 


1 


110 


1 


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1 


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3 


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1 


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1 and 3 


220/110 


1 


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1 and 3 


220/110 



Fuse rating 

amperes 
(maximum) 



15 

35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

35 
100 

60 
According to load 
According to load 



Class I: Hamlet Service — Includes service in hamlets, where four or more consumers are 
served from one transformer. This class excludes farmers and power users. Service is given 
under two sub-classes as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores. Use of appliances over 750 watts per- 
manently installed is not permitted under this class. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or permanently installed 
appliances greater than 750 watts. Combinations of residence and store supplied from 
one service shall be not less than Class 1-C. Special or unusual loads will be treated 
specially. 

Class II-A: House Lighting — Includes service to all residences that cannot be grouped 
as in Class I. This class excludes farmers and power users. 

Class II-B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for a single-phase motor not exceeding 2 horse- 
power or an electric range (motor and range not to be used simultaneously) on a small farm of 
fifty acres or less. 

Class III: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors not exceed- 
ing 3 horsepower and electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultan- 
eously. 

Class IV: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm 
buildings and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors up to 
5-horsepower demand or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class V: Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting farm buildings 
and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors, up to 5-horsepower 
demand, or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class VI: Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service will 
be given at the discretion of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class VII: Farm Service, Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Class IIB is the service usually supplied to small farms of fifty acres or less and Class 
III is the service usually supplied to ordinary farms of larger size. More than 90 per cent, of 
new contracts for farm service are in one or other of these two classes. 



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SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

Among the activities of the Hydraulic department during the past year, 
three merit special notice. These are the completion by the addition of the 
tenth unit of the Queenston plant on the Niagara river, the advancement to the 
operating stage of the Alexander Power development on the Nipigon river, 
and the commencement of construction of the Chats Falls development on the 
Ottawa river. Particular interest attaches to the first of these, for, while there 
are no radical differences in design or arrangement of this unit and those built 
previously, it marks the completion of the most outstanding, in capacity and 
efficiency, of plants developing power from waters of the Niagara river. It is 
interesting to note that, while nine years have elapsed since the first unit came 
into service, the plant still maintains its leadership in these particulars. 

The construction of the dam at the Alexander Power development was 
marked by exceptional speed in placing materials, in order to take full advantage 
of the period of suitable weather for the work. 

The work on the development at Chats Falls is proceeding rapidly. This 
plant, when completed, will be one of the largest in Canada, being exceeded in 
size only by the Queenston plant and a few others in the Province of Quebec. 

Reference is made below to maintenance work on a number of structures 
in the Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Northern Ontario systems, and to 
investigations proceeding on undeveloped sites at various places in the province. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston-Chippawa Development 

The tenth and last unit at the Queenston development was completed and 
brought into service during the summer of 1930. The installation is, in general, 
similar to the other main units in the plant, but there were certain changes in 
design, outstanding among which were those in the headworks. A considerable 
amount of rock excavation was carried out in the extension of the forebay and 
headworks below minimum water level in the forebay, and to do this safely 
and economically, the forebay and intake structure extensions were designed 
with a floor elevation five feet higher than for units Nos. 1 to 9, and the construc- 
tion programme was so arranged as to prevent any hazard during the course 
of the work. 



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81 




ONTARIO POWER PLANT— NIAGARA FALLS 
General view of construction of concrete envelope for No. 3 wood stave conduit 

Turbine unit No. 10 was built by the Dominion Engineering Works of 
Montreal, and has a rated capacity of 58,000 horsepower under a head of 294 
feet. A Pel ton-Morris governor is used, built by the I. P. Morris Company 
of Philadelphia. 




ONTARIO POWER PLANT— NIAGARA FALLS 
Typical view of concrete envelope, steel reinforcing and forms for No. 3 wood stave conduit 



82 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The completion of this unit has permitted the completion of the end wall 
of the power house and the substitution of permanent concrete structures for 
the wooden bulkheads formerly installed, to protect the plant from flooding 
due to high water in the Niagara river. Protective work is proceeding on the 
cliff to the north of the power house. 

Ontario Power Conduit 

A concrete envelope was constructed around a large part of No. 3 conduit 
at the Ontario Power plant, the work being carried out by the Construction 
department under the direction of the Hydraulic department. This conduit 
was built in 1918 as an emergency measure, along with the installation of two 
15,000 horsepower units, additional power output being urgently required at 
that time. It is 6,850 feet long, 13 feet 6 inches in diameter, and, as a measure 
of economy — it being looked upon as a temporary installation — was built of 4-inch 
wood staves. A portion of it at each end was provided with a concrete envelope 
at the time of construction, but about 4,500 feet was left exposed in open trench. 
This is the portion that has now been provided with a concrete envelope. The 
improvement was required under agreement with the Queen Victoria Niagara 
Falls park, and makes this conduit a permanent water passage. 

The concrete in the envelope has a minimum thickness of 15 inches, is 
reinforced with two circumferential rings of plain round bars, designed for 
full water pressure without any allowance for the strength of the banding of 
the wood stave pipe. Sufficient longitudinal steel was used to resist the maximum 
temperature stresses expected. The conduit was kept in service throughout 
the whole period during which the concrete was being poured. 

Dominion Power and Transmission Company 

The Commission acquired the properties of the Dominion Power and 
Transmission Company during the year, taking possession on August 14th. 
Included in these properties is the hydraulic plant at DeCew Falls, which draws 
its water supply from lake Erie via the Welland canal, and has a capacity of 
52,000 horsepower. The operating head is 267 feet, and there is a storage basin 
of substantial capacity, which eventually will be of great value in conjunction 
with the existing plants of the Niagara system. Since the plant was acquired, 
some maintenance work has been done on the penstocks and tailrace. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The first plant built by the Commission at Wasdells Falls, in 1913-1914, 
has been in continuous service since that time. Examination of the substructure 
of the power house some time ago showed that the concrete was eroded to a 
considerable depth, especially at and near water surface. Similar deterioration 
had taken place in the curtain wall of the power house, tailrace wall, and deck 
and piers of the dam. 

The plant was shut down during the past summer, and complete repairs 
effected to the whole power house substructure and to the floors and piers of 
the sluiceways. Gunite was used liberally, and foundations of piers and sluice- 
way floors were thoroughly repaired. 



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Repairs were also required on the main dam at the Eugenia development. 
This dam is of the Ambursen type, having a thin reinforced slab supported on 
buttresses. It is the principal structure used to form the large storage basin 
upon which the development depends for its water supply in the prolonged 
periods of deficient river flow. Inspection of the dam from time to time showed 
deterioration of some of the concrete in the structure, due to the action of 
the water. 

Repairs were effected, without interfering with the operation of the reservoir. 
The new part of the structure is independent of any original parts for strength 
or water-tightness. This dam was built in 1914, and these repairs are the first 
that have been necessary. 

At the No. 2 plant at Bala, which was acquired by the Commission in 1929, 
where a single vertical propeller wheel is installed, it was necessary to reconstruct 
the throat ring and draft tube, which were found to be structurally weak. 




CHATS FALLS DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Main cofferdam from the downstream side 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



Chats Falls Development 

Work has proceeded rapidly on this new development on the Ottawa 
river. At the beginning of November, 1929, surveys were in progress on both 
sides of the river at the power site, those in Ontario being carried out by the 
staff of the Commission, and those on the Quebec side by the Montreal Engineer- 
ing Company. These surveys developed the topography of land surfaces and 
river bed upon which the permanent power development structures are being 
placed, and of the lands in the vicinity in any way affected by the works. 

At that time also, work was proceeding upon the clearing of the site and 
flooded areas, the construction of the main upstream cofferdam, the building 
of a railway siding into the site and the erection of camps for living accommoda- 
tion of the working force. 



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The main cofferdam closes the channel about 2,200 feet wide between Mohr 
and Kidney islands, and extends to high ground on Mohr and Victoria islands. 
The portion spanning the channel between Mohr and Kidney islands is a pier 
and stop-log structure, which will permit the passage of flood waters through 
certain of the chutes to the right of the power house site. The maximum flow 
of the river during the spring and early summer months of 1930 did not exceed 
110,000 cubic feet per second, and it was therefore unnecessary to open the 
sluiceways in the cofferdam except for eighteen days in July, as the various 
chutes remaining unobstructed had sufficient discharging capacity to carry 
off the whole flow for all other periods at moderate stages of water level 
above the cofferdam. Behind the protection of the main cofferdam and in the 
channels unwatered by it, a secondary cofferdam was built to protect the power 
house site at times when the sluices are opened in the main cofferdam. The 
main and secondary cofferdams were completed by the middle of April, thus 
unwatering the power house site down to tailwater level. The tailwater coffer- 
dam was under construction by this time. 

The temporary buildings for accommodation of the working force are 
located on Victoria and Mohr islands. Provision is made for 1,440 men, half 
the space being provided on each of the islands named. A permanent railway 
connection to the Canadian National Railway, almost a mile in length, was 
built, and, in addition, more than two miles of standard gauge line to serve 
as construction railway. This latter line is carried from Kidney to Mohr island 
by the main cofferdam. Two permanent plate girder bridges were required 
for the permanent track. 

During the early months of the year, design of structures proceeded rapidly 
in the office, and the location of many of the permanent structures was finally 
determined based on conditions obtaining at the site. The location of the 
power house and sluice gates and the line of the dam between Chats island 
and Wolverine chute was determined after a careful examination of the ground. 

During the spring months, rock excavation proceeded at the power house 
site, and preparation of the dam foundation for pouring of concrete had been 
completed at a number of places. Concreting was commenced in June on a 
section of the gravity dam on Mohr island. During the summer months, con- 
struction proceeded rapidly in many sections of the development. A great por- 
tion of the bulkhead section of the dam was completed, as also were the Ragged 
chute and Wolverine chute sluices. At the end of the year, power house excava- 
tion was completed and concrete was being poured in headworks and foundation. 

The power house is designed to accommodate ten turbine units of 28,000 
horsepower each, of which eight are to be installed at present, and the contract 
for these has been awarded to the Dominion Engineering Works of Montreal. 
The general contractors for the development are Morrow and Beatty of Peter- 
borough and Toronto. 

Madawaska District 

Increased storage facilities were necessary on the Madawaska river, to 
enable the Calabogie development to meet increasing load demands during 
periods of deficient river flow. The Calabogie development is one of those 
purchased from the M. J. O'Brien Company over a year ago, along with other 
developed and undeveloped power and storage sites in the district. The plant 



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85 




CHATS FALLS DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 

Ragged chute sluices completed, October 31, 1930 

Bulkhead dam on Chabot Island to right of power house 

General view of power house excavation, September 26th, 1930 



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had been called on to supply power for construction purposes at the new Chats 
Falls development on the Ottawa. To provide the required storage facilities, 
a dam at the outlet of Bark lake was rebuilt. The old dam was removed to the 
original apron level, and rebuilt to store a depth of six feet of water on the lake. 
The rebuilt dam is 350 feet long, half of rock-filled timber cribwork and half 
of earth fill. 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT— N I PI GON RIVER 
Water flowing over spillwall 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The Alexander power development on the Nipigon river came into service 
in October, 1930. This development is the second constructed on the river by 
the Commission and, like the first, supplies power to the Thunder Bay system. 

The Nipigon river from Lake Nipigon to Lake Superior has a fall of about 
250 feet, varying slightly with the relative stages of water level in the two lakes. 
Of this head, the Cameron Falls development utilized 75 feet, and the Alexander 
development 60 feet. About 100 feet of head is still available for development 
above the Cameron Falls plant. 

The last annual report gave a general description of the scheme of develop- 
ment, and showed views of the main and auxiliary dams taken toward the close 
of the construction season of 1929. With the opening of work in the spring of 
this year, work was pressed on the construction of the main dam, which is a 
semi-hydraulic earth fill. The heavy rock-filled toe that was built to ensure 
perfect drainage and to give stability to the dam, had been placed previously, 
and the foundation prepared before the present season. Material for the earth 
fill was obtained from borrow pits on the east bank of the river, whence it was 
taken in dump cars and dumped from trestles along each side of the central 
pool. Some of the borrow pits were in sand, while others were in pure clay, 
so that any mix desirable could be obtained by regulating the amount from 
each of the pits. 



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ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT— Nl PIGON RIVER 
Main dam, looking toward power house 

Sluicing was done by two monitors, each placed on a float in the segregation 
pool. Pressure was supplied by centrifugal pumps, direct connected to electric 
motors. The pumps were 6 inch by 6 inch two-stage units, equipped with 
nickel-iron impellers to resist the heavy abrasive action of water carrying a 
large percentage of silt. The total yardage in the dam is about 800,000 cubic 
yards, of which 650,000 cubic yards is semi-hydraulic fill, and from the time 
the season opened in May, up to the end of September, there were 580,000 cubic 
yards placed, the rate being greatest in June, when about 159,000 cubic yards 
were placed. 

The nature of the river bed upstream from the dam called for a protecting 
blanket of clay. This was sluiced in from material on either side of the river 
to a depth ranging from four to six feet and extending upstream about 400 or 
500 feet. 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT— Nl PIGON RIVER 
Headworks 



8& TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

In the interest of economy in the design of the headworks, the superstructure, 
usually considered necessary where low winter temperatures are experienced, 
was omitted. The motors and hoists for operation of the head gates are housed 
in a structure, about 7 feet high, along the upstream side of the power house. 
The placing and removal of stop-logs, racks and head gates is done by a loco- 
motive crane operating on a standard gauge track on the headworks deck. 

All openings over the stop-log and rack checks have matched plank covers 
fitted for quick handling, so that with the concrete curtain walls extending 
below low headwater level for each intake, the gate checks and racks are well 
protected. In addition to this, openings are provided, through which the warm 
air from the power house has free access to the space below the headworks deck. 
Provision has also been made for the provision of electric heaters, if found 
necessary. 

Construction work was practically completed by the end of the third week 
in September, 1930. Plans were made for the closure of the outlets of the 
diversion channel to the left of the power house, through which all the water 
of the Nipigon river passed during construction of the dam. For several days 
before the closure, the headpond levels at the Cameron Falls station were regu- 
lated to meet the period of shut-down without wasting into the Alexander 
reach, and to allow ample time to draw down the Alexander headwater pool to 
permit the steel gates to be placed in the diversion sluiceways. 

When the time came for making the closure, the gates were assembled above 
their respective openings, and suspended on "A" frames in readiness for lowering 
into the checks. On Sunday, September 28, at 4 a.m., the Cameron Falls plant 
was closed down and the flow in the river completely stopped, the forebay at 
the Cameron Falls plant receiving and holding the whole flow of the river coming 
down from lake Nipigon. By 7 a.m., the water in the Alexander reach had fallen 
so low that only a shallow stream was passing through the two sluices. The 
gates were dropped into place and sealed. At 10.25 a.m., the entire closure had 
been completed, and by 10.45 the Cameron Falls plant was again carrying load. 
Early the following morning, the forebay at Alexander had been filled to oper- 
ating level, and water began to flow over the spillwall, and by evening the depth 
of flow over the spillwall was three feet. Under the full head, all structures 
proved to be entirely water-tight. The first unit was turned over on October 1, 
and commercial load was first carried on October 21. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District 

Continuing a policy of progressively renewing and improving structures 
used for storage of water in this system, a concrete sluice and weir was built 
at the Craig Lake dam. This is one of a number of dams used to control the 
lakes tributary to the South river, for the purpose of conserving water for 
power development. The portions of the dam replaced were built of rock-filled 
timber cribwork. The new portions are thus of a much more permanent 
character. 

Investigations were carried on regarding damages due to flooding on 
Wahnapitae lake, and the rights to flood certain lands to an additional depth 
of two feet were purchased. The storage dam at the outlet of the lake was 
completed in time to conserve the spring run-off in 1930. A temporary side 
dam was built at plant No. 2. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 89 

Patricia District 

The generating station at Ear Falls, on the English river, was completed 
early in the fiscal year, and the unit was first turned over on Christmas day, 
1929. The plant was built to supply power for mining development in the 
district, and has been carrying such a load since the early part of the year. 
There is one unit, having a capacity of 5,000 horsepower under a head of 36 
feet, but the plant is designed for extension later, if necessary, to develop 30,000 
horsepower. 

A control dam was built at Manitou rapids, on the English river, about 
15 miles downstream from Ear Falls. The design and supervision of this was 
handled by the staff of the Commission for the Northern Development Branch 
of the Department of Lands and Forests of the Province of Ontario. A year 
ago, navigation improvements were made in the route by way of the English 
and Chukuni rivers to Red lake. During periods of deficient flow in the English 
river, navigation depths were reduced to such an extent as to hamper navigation 
in that part of the English river between Ear Falls and the mouth of the Chukuni 
river. The dam at Manitou rapids raises the water level in the English river 
between Ear Falls and Manitou, thus increasing the navigable depth. 



HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 

Nipigon River 

With the completion of the Alexander Power development on the Nipigon 
river, the lower portion of the river from the headwater of the Cameron Falls 
development to lake Superior is completely developed. There remains a poten- 
tial development of somewhat more than 100 feet between the Cameron Falls 
development and lake Nipigon. Several alternatives are possible. The whole 
head may be developed at one site, or at two sites; in the latter method it is 
possible to make different divisions of the total head between the two sites. 
In order to permit careful study of the various possibilites, and to ensure the 
choice of the most economical arrangement, extensive surveys were carried out 
on this portion of the river and the topography was developed in detail at possible 
power sites. Studies of the information collected on this survey are progressing. 

Investigations have also continued on a number of other prospective 
power developments on the Mississagi, Aux Sables, Musquash and South 
Muskoka rivers. Hydraulic tests were made at the Elliott Chute and Bingham 
Chute plants on the South river, and the Trethewey development on the South 
Muskoka. 

St. Lawrence River 

Reference was made in the last annual report to the appointment by the 
Ontario government of the chief engineer and chief hydraulic engineer as a 
committee to co-operate with the Canadian section of the Joint Engineering 
Board, which has been investigating power and navigation developments on 
the river. A number of conferences were held and a plan agreed upon, by which 
differences in various Canadian schemes for development of the International 
reach of the river were adjusted. 

In connection with the proposed development of the St. Lawrence river, 
further studies were made respecting the protection of the villages of Morrisburg 
and Iroquois from flood damage. 



90 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 
(STATION SECTION) 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating Stations on the Niagara River 

Number ten generator at Queenston generating station with transformers 
and switching equipment was placed in service in July. The generator differs 
from the other machines in that it is a totally enclosed unit and the cooling air 
is re-circulated through water-coolers. An automatic system of fire-protection 
apparatus using carbon dioxide was permanently installed with No. 10 generator. 
Similar equipment was completed for the other generators. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Niagara District— The new transformer stations at Welland, Thorold, 
Port Colborne and Cyanamid mentioned in last year's Annual Report were 
completed during the year. 

A new pole-type station known as Beaverdam distributing station, consisting 
of a bank of three 150-kv-a. transformers and the necessary switching and 
metering equipment, was installed at the Thorold transformer station site. 

Increased transformer capacity was provided at Lincoln distributing 
station by replacing one of the 300-kv-a., three-phase transformers with a bank 
of three 250-kv-a. units, and at Port Colborne distributing station by replacing 
the star-connected 1,500-kv-a., three-phase transformer with two 1,500-kv-a. 
units delta-connected on the high -voltage side. 

Changes were made in the switching equipment at Port Colborne trans- 
former station and Welland switchmg station, and changes to metering equip- 
ment were made at Grimsby distributing station and at the metering stations 
at Niagara Falls municipal station, International Nickel, Lionite Abrasives 
Limited and Interlake Tissue mills. 

Engineering assistance was given to the municipality of Dunnville in the 
purchase and installation of three 300-kv-a. transformers to replace a bank of 
three 150-kv-a. units, together with necessary changes in switching equipment, 
and to the municipality of Merritton in the installation of additional 2,300-volt 
feeder equipment. 



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91 




QUEENSTON GENERATING STATION— NIAGARA RIVER 

The completed station as seen from the United States side of the river 
showing the addition for the tenth unit at the north end 




PORT COLBORNE TRANSFORMER STATION 



92 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Hamilton and Dundas District — Authorization has been given and 
work is well advanced on a new outdoor, 110,000-volt transformer station in 
Hamilton at the corner of Cannon and Stirton streets to be known as Hamilton- 
Stirton transformer station. The plans include the installation of four 5,000- 
kv-a. transformers, with steel structures and switching equipment for one 1 10,000- 
volt incoming line and three 13,200-volt outgoing feeders. The station will be 
placed in service before the end of the year. 

In addition to the completion of the work, authorized last year, at Hamilton 
transformer station, further work is well advanced on a new 110,000-volt outgoing 
line equipment to supply power to the Hamilton-Stirton transformer station. 

Improved switching and protection facilities were provided at Dundas 
transformer station by the replacement of some obsolete 110,000-volt oil circuit- 
breakers and lightning-arresters by modern equipment. 

The three 5,000-kv-a. transformers purchased last year for Dundas trans- 
former station were not installed. One of these will be used as a spare at Dundas, 
while the other two will be transferred to system reserve and moved to Hamilton 
transformer station, where they will be placed on foundations with the spare 
unit already there, ultimately forming the fourth bank. 

At Dundas rural power district distributing station, increased transformer 
capacity was provided by the installation of three 250-kv-a. transformers 
replacing a bank of three 150-kv-a. units. Additional capacity was also provided 
at Caledonia distributing station by the installation of a fourth 300-kv-a., 
three-phase transformer. 

Improvements were made at Decewsville and Hagersville distributing 
stations by changes in the metering equipment. 

Toronto and York District — At Toronto-Leaside transformer station, 
work has proceeded on the erection of the equipment and structures required to 
receive the final blocks of power on the present Gatineau contract. This includes 
the erection of the third and fourth 25,000-kv-a. synchronous condensers and 
the necessary switching, auxiliary and control equipment, the installation of 
the third and fourth banks of transformers, the four 220,000-volt oil circuit- 
breakers and the 13,200-volt switching equipment mentioned in last year's 
Annual Report. The 13,200-volt equipment does not duplicate that previously 
installed, but consists of an installation of outdoor metal-clad switchgear. 
The major portion of the work is completed and all the equipment will be in 
service before 1931. 

Improvements at Toronto-Strachan avenue transformer station include the 
installation of new relay equipment on the six transformer banks, the purchase 
and installation of new ammeters for the four 110,000-volt lines and lighting 
and ventilation equipment for the transformer station, also the replacement of 
an obsolete 110,000-volt oil circuit-breaker with one of modern design. 

At Toronto-Bridgman transformer station the installation of the four new 
oil circuit-breakers in the 110,000-volt line position mentioned in the last year's 
Annual Report, was completed. Authorization was given for the installation 
of a 30,000-kv-a. bank of transformers, a spare 10,000-kv-a. unit and necessary 
110,000-volt and 13,200-volt switching equipment. An order has been placed 
for seven 10,000-kv-a. transformers, three of which will be later used to replace 
5,000-kv-a. units. 



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93 




TORONTO— LEASIDE TRANSFORMER STATION 
Outdoor Synchronous Condensers 25,000 kv-a. capacity 




TORONTO— LEASIDE TRANSFORMER STATION 
No. 3 and No. 4 Transformer Banks and 13,200-volt equipment 



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Authorization was given for the purchase and installation of a new high- 
interrupting-capacity oil circuit-breaker at Toronto -Wiltshire transformer 
station to replace one of lower interrupting capacity. This work was completed 
in March. 

At York Mills distributing station it was found necessary to rewind the 
old 300-kv-a., 12,000-volt transformers for 13,200-volt service. The transformers 
with new windings were replaced in service in February. 

Improvements in the metering equipment were made at Sharon distributing 
station. 

Two new semi-outdoor stations were erected and placed in service, namely, 
Woodbridge and Toronto Township (Rifle Ranges) distributing stations, using 
three new 250-kv-a. single-phase units at each station. The old Woodbridge 
distributing station was dismantled. 

An additional 3,000-kv-a. transformer has been purchased for New Toronto 
distributing station to replace an existing 1,500-kv-a. unit. The breakers, bus 
supports and feeders are being replaced by heavier capacity equipment. The 
work should be completed in 1931. The 3,000-kv-a. transformer purchased a 
year ago as a spare unit was installed and placed in service. 

London District — Increased transformer capacity was provided at Dash- 
wood distributing station by the addition of a bank of three 75-kv-a. trans- 
formers, together with the necessary pole-structure and switching equipment, 
and at Dorchester distributing station by the replacement of the indoor bank 
of three 75-kv-a. transformers with an outdoor bank of three 150-kv-a. units. 

Authorization was given for the purchase and installation of a bank of 
three 75-kv-a., 4,000/4,600-volt transformers with switching and metering 
equipment to be known as Strathroy rural power district distributing station to 
supply power at 8,000-volts to the surrounding rural district from the 4,000-volt 
bus in Strathroy municipal station. Work was completed in October and the 
installation is ready to be connected into service. 

Work was completed on the installation of two rural feeder-equipments at- 
Glendale distributing station. 

Guelph District — A second bank of 2,500-kv-a. transformers is being 
installed at Guelph transformer station. Two indoor 110,000-volt oil circuit- 
breakers and lightning-arresters are being replaced by two new breakers and 
lightning-arrester outdoors. The indoor 13,200-volt oil circuit-breakers are 
being removed and new breakers installed outdoors. The circuit-breakers are 
being made electrically operated and the relay protection is being improved. 
The present low-voltage room will be converted into a control room. The new 
equipment should be in service before the end of the year. A 2, 300- volt feeder 
was installed to supply power to Guelph rural district. 

The transformer capacity of Acton distributing station was increased by 
the installation of a new bank of three 250-kv-a. single-phase transformers 
replacing the three 75-kv-a. units. A 4,000-volt feeder was installed in George- 
town distributing station to supply power to the rural district. 

Preston District — The station capacity was increased at Preston rural 
power distributing station by the installation of a bank of three new 250-kv-a. 
transformers replacing the three 150-kv-a. units. A three-phase 1,500-kv-a. 



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GUELPH TRANSFORMER STATION 



transformer was purchased and installed in Hespeler municipal station replacing 
three 170-kv-a. units. Engineering assistance was given in the purchase of a 
1,500-kv-a. transformer and switching equipment for Preston municipal station. 
Working drawings were made up and the construction work supervised. 

Kitchener District — The necessary switching equipment was installed 
at Kitchener transformer station to connect in a 110,000-volt line to Hanover 
frequency-changer station for the supply of power to the Georgian Bay system. 

Stratford District — A bank of three new 500-kv-a. transformers was 
installed at Listowel distributing station, replacing three 200-kv-a. units which 
were removed to and installed at Palmerston distributing station. A bank of 
three 150-kv-a. transformers released from the latter station was installed at 
Harriston distributing station and the 75-kv-a. units removed and transferred 
to system reserve. New lightning-arresters were installed on the incoming 26,400- 
volt lines at Milverton and Palmerston distributing stations. 

St. Marys District — The 1,500-kv-a. three-phase transformer and three 
500-kv-a. transformers in service at St. Marys Cement Company's distributing 
station were removed and installed in a new building erected by the Cement 
company. A new 1,500-kv-a. three-phase transformer was also purchased and 
installed in the new building, together with the necessary switching equipment. 

St. Thomas District — St. Thomas transformer station capacity was 
increased when No. 1 bank of three 750-kv-a. transformers was replaced by a 
bank of three 1,250-kv-a. transformers. 

Brant District — New lightning-arresters and air-break switches were 
purchased and installed on the 26,400-volt incoming lines at Ayr, Burford and 
Drumbo distributing stations. The necessary equipment was installed in 
Simcoe municipal station for a 4,000-volt feeder to supply power to the American 
Can Company. Engineering assistance was given in the purchase and installa- 
tion of four new 2,300-volt feeder-panels with larger breakers, and a 24-volt 
battery with charger in Paris municipal station. 



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Cooksville District — The transformer capacity at Streetsville distributing 
station was increased by the purchase and installation of a bank of three new 
250-kv-a. transformers replacing three 150-kv-a. units. 

Kent District — Three 75-kv-a. transformers at Bothwell distributing 
station on the Glencoe-Newbury-Wardsville and rural feeder were replaced by 
a bank of three new 150-kv-a. units and the feeder was changed from 4,000 to 
8,000-volts. Engineering assistance was given in the purchase and installation 
of a new 3,000-kv-a. three-phase transformer and current-limiting reactors in 
Chatham municipal station. Lightning-arresters and air-break switches were 
purchased and installed on the incoming 26,400-volt lines at Bothwell and 
Thamesville distributing stations. 

Essex District — Work is underway for the installation of the fourth bank 
of three 5,000-kv-a. transformers in Essex transformer station. The transformers 
are purchased and installed, also all other necessary equipment, and will be 
placed in service in November of this year. 

Engineering assistance is being given the Windsor Hydro-Electric system 
in the purchase and installation of an additional 3,000-kv-a. transformer and 
two induction regulators. 

The capacity of Walkerville Junction distributing station was increased by 
the installation of a bank of three 250-kv-a. transformers replacing three 150- 
kv-a. units. Similarly, at Harrow distributing station a 300-kv-a. three-phase 
transformer was replaced by a bank of three new 250-kv-a. units. 

Engineering assistance was given to the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore 
Electric Railway Association in the purchase and installation of transformers, 
rotary-converters and switching equipment for three automatic 500-kw. rotary- 
converter stations at Maidstone, Cottam and Ruthven. 

St. Clair District — Engineering assistance was given the Sarnia Hydro- 
Electric system in the preparation of plans and specifications for an extension 
to its municipal station No. 2 and in the purchase and installation of equipment 
for additional feeders 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Severn District — A new 50-kv-a. single-phase station was erected at 
Fergusonvale switching station. A bank of three new 1,000-kv-a. transformers 
and necessary switching equipment were purchased and installed at Barrie 
distributing station. The capacity of Innisfil distributing station was increased 
with the purchase and installation of a bank of three new 150-kv-a. transformers 
replacing the two 50-kv-a. units which were placed in system reserve. A 300- 
kv-a. station was erected at Painswick, three 100-kv-a. single-phase transformers 
being purchased for this installation. An outdoor station was erected at Midhurst 
to supply power to the rural district. For this installation, a three-phase, 75-kv-a. 
transformer was obtained from system reserve. A brick building for store-house, 
garage, workshop and office was erected at Waubaushene despatching station. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 97 

Eugenia District — Authorization was given for the installation of a 
frequency-changer station at Hanover to connect the 60-cycle Georgian Bay 
system with the 25-cycle Niagara system. A frequency-changer of 5,000-kv-a. 
capacity was purchased and installed in a building erected for the purpose. 
Seven 750-kv-a., 110, 000/6, 600-volt, 25-cycle transformers were transferred 
from Niagara system, a bank of three 2,500-kv-a., 22,000/4,400-volt, 60-cycle 
outdoor transformers and the necessary switching equipment were purchased 
and all installed and placed in service on September 6, 1930. 

Two 1,500-kv-a. auto-transformers referred to in last year's Annual Report 
were placed in service at Eugenia generating station. A 750-kv-a. three-phase 
transformer was obtained from Hanover distributing station and installed on 
the Walkerton generating station site to tie in the Georgian Bay system with 
the newly acquired Foshay system. Similarly at Southampton a bank of three 
new 150-kv-a. single-phase transformers were purchased and are being installed 
in a new pole-type outdoor station on the generating station site. 

A bank of three 75-kv-a. transformers was removed from Southampton 
generating station and installed and placed in service at the distributing station. 
A new 300-kv-a. station was also erected, using three new 100-kv-a. single-phase 
transformers. A new 75-kv-a. station was erected at Tara using a 75-kv-a. 
three-phase transformer obtained from system reserve. The bank of three 
150-kv-a. transformers in service at Chesley distributing station was replaced 
by three new 250-kv-a. units. 

Wasdells District — Three 150-kv-a. transformers released from Chesley 
distributing station were installed at Kirkfield distributing station replacing 
three 75-kv-a. units which were transferred to system reserve. Three new 
25-kv-a., 2,300/5 75-volt transformers were also purchased and installed at this 
station to replace three 10-kv-a. units. The Greenbank distributing station was 
dismantled and the 300-kv-a. three-phase transformer was installed in a new 
station erected at Port Perry. Greenbank is now supplied from a 4,000-volt, 
single-phase feeder out of the Uxbridge distributing station. A station was 
erected at Uxbridge and a new 300-kv-a. transformer purchased for this 
installation. 

Muskoka District — A 300-kv-a. station was erected and placed in service 
at Utterson, three new 100-kv-a. single-phase transformers being purchased for 
this purpose. A spare 400-kv-a. transformer was purchased for Gravenhurst 
distributing station. 

Bala District — A bank of three new 150-kv-a. transformers and the neces- 
sary switching equipment were purchased and installed at Bala where a new 
station was erected. Provision was made at this station for future capacity of 
1,500-kv-a. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Central Ontario District — A 300-kv-a. station using a bank of three new 
100-kv-a. single-phase transformers was placed in service at Cataraqui to 
supply power to the surrounding rural district. A single-phase, 100-kv-a. 
station known as Consecon distributing station was installed to supply power 



98 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

to Wellington rural district. Quarries distributing station was dismantled and 
the 300-kv-a. transformer was transferred into system reserve and stored at 
Lehigh distributing station. A new 1,500-kv-a. station was placed in service at 
Trenton, using two 750-kv-a. three-phase units which had previously been in 
service on the system. A fourth 750-kv-a. three-phase transformer released 
from Howard Smith Paper Company's distributing station was installed in 
Belleville distributing station No. 1. 

St. Lawrence District — The capacity of Brockville distributing station 
was increased by the installation of a new 1,500-kv-a. three-phase transformer 
replacing a 750-kv-a. unit. Two 750-kv-a. transformers which were in service 
at Cornwall Howard Smith Paper Company's distributing station were replaced 
by a 3,000-kv-a. and a 1,500-kv-a. three-phase unit. An extension was made to 
the building to accommodate the additional switching equipment necessary. 
A new station was installed at Cardinal, using a 300-kv-a. three-phase trans- 
former from system reserve. A store-house and garage building were erected 
on the Commission's property at Morrisburg. 

Metering equipment was installed in the temporary station of the Atlas 
Construction Company which supplies power for construction of Lower Lakes 
Terminal Elevator at Prescott. 

Rideau District — A 750-kv-a. transformer was installed and placed in 
service at Perth distributing station, replacing a bank of three 200-kv-a. units. 
The latter were later installed .at Carleton Place distributing station. The 
300-kv-a. transformer in the temporary Rideau transformer station was replaced 
by a new 1,500-kv-a. unit thus increasing the tie capacity to the 26,000-volt lines. 

Madawaska District — Synchronizing and relay equipment were installed 
at Galetta generating station. Telephone equipment was also installed at this 
station and the Paugan-Leaside telephone circuit looped in and connected to 
Chats Falls and Arnprior circuits. 

A bank of three 150-kv-a. single-phase transformers was obtained from 
reserve and installed temporarily at Arnprior distributing station to augment 
the capacity. This bank has since been replaced by a bank of three 500-kv-a. 
units. Two 750-kv-a. three-phase transformers were purchased and installed at 
Chats Falls construction station to supply power for the construction work on 
the Chats Falls development. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Generating Stations on the Nipigon River 

The first generator at Alexander power development was placed in service 
on October 15, 1930. The second and third units should be in service before 
the end of the year. The transformers, switching equipment and all other 
necessary apparatus were purchased and the construction of the station nearly 
completed during the year. 

The station is situated about one and a half miles down the river from 
Cameron Falls generating station. There are three 15,000-kv-a., 13,200-volt, 60- 
cycle vertical shaft generators and three 15,000-kv-a., 12,000/1 10,000-volt, 



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99 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT — NIPIGON RIVER 



General view of generating station from downstream side 
Capacity of plant when completed will be 54,000 horsepower 



60-cycle outdoor type, self-cooled transformers with an overload capacity of 
22,500-kv-a. The higher capacity is obtained by the use of a motor-driven 
blower which directs the air on to the external radiators, increasing the radiation 
of heat therefrom. 

The entire 12,000-volt switching and bus connections consist of metal-clad 
equipment so constructed as to fit the various bays and form a ring bus system. 
The oil circuit-breakers are all electrically and mechanically interlocked with the 
disconnecting switches to guard against faulty operation. 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT — NIPIGON RIVER 
Generator room under construction, showing three units in process of installation, September, 1930 



100 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The 15,000-kv-a. transformers are located outdoors approximately 250-feet 
from the generating station and can be transported to the erection room in the 
generating station on a specially designed truck. 

There are no 110,000-volt oil circuit-breakers or bus connections as the 
transformers are considered as part of the 110,000-volt transmission lines and 
are cleared by the 12,000-volt oil circuit-breakers or the 110,000-volt breakers 
at the receiving end of the lines. 

The entire station is controlled electrically from a central desk in the control 
room. The control switches are all of the standard telephone type mounted on 
the top of the desk 72 by 30 inches. 

This station will ultimately be controlled from Cameron Falls generating 
station by use of remote control equipment. 

The relay protection consists chiefly of zone protective systems. 

The station service power is supplied from a bank of three 250-kv-a., 
1 2,000/5 75-volt transformers and an open delta bank of two 250-kv-a. trans- 
formers. The latter can be supplied from Cameron Falls generating station. 



Transformer and Distributing Stations 

The necessary switching equipment and supporting structures for a third 
110,000-volt line have been purchased and installed at Port Arthur transformer 
station. The necessary 22,000-volt equipment was purchased and installed at 
Fort William transformer station to permit synchronizing the Kaministiquia 
Power Company's system with the Thunder Bay system. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District — Semi-automatic remote control equipment was 
installed and placed in service to effect the control of the 1,800-kv-a. generator 
at Elliott Chute generating station from the Bingham Chute generating station. 
The station service in the latter station was changed from single to three-phase. 
Lightning-arresters were installed on the Powassan feeder and a portable air- 
compressor installed. Lightning-arresters were also installed on 2,300-volt 
feeders and bus at Nipissing generating station. 

Patricia District — The generating station at Ear falls was completed and 
placed in service in December, 1929. 

Sudbury District — Lightning arresters were installed on the Burwash 
2,300-volt feeder and station bus. 

In co-operation with the Ontario Power Service Corporation engineering 
work was done relating to the design of its generating station and equipment on 
the Abitibi river at Abitibi Canyon. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 10J_ 

POWER DEVELOPMENTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Chats Falls Development 

Engineering work has been carried out for the Chats Falls Executive Board 
in the design and construction of a generating station on the Ottawa river near 
Fitzroy harbour known as Chats Falls development. 

Eight 23,500-kv-a., 13,200-volt, 25-cycle, 125-r.p.m., vertical shaft generators 
have been purchased, four of which will be installed in 1931 and the remainder 
in 1932. Two 90-ton travelling cranes have also been purchased. The design 
of the station is well advanced and working drawings are being prepared. 

Chats Falls Transformer Station 

A step-up transformer station is being built near Chats Falls development 
to transform the generated voltage from 13,200 to 220,000-volts for transmission 
of power to Toronto. Thirteen 15,700-kv-a., 220,000/13, 200-volt, 25-cycle, 
water-cooled, single-phase transformers have been purchased and the design of 
the station is well underway. 

Beauharnois and Maclaren Developments 

Engineering work was done in co-operation with the engineers of the 
Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power company and Maclaren Corporation 
relative to the design of their respective generating stations and equipment, and 
in accordance with the contracts for the supply of power to the Commission. 



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SECTION VI 



TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 



TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

Extensive additions have been made during the past year throughout the 
Commission's transmission systems. The most important of these are the com- 
pletion of the second 220,000-volt circuit between Paugan Falls and Toronto 
and the construction of a 110, 000- volt, tie line between the Niagara and Georgian 
Bay systems. 

New lines were built and revisions were made to the lower voltage lines. 
This involved all systems, special attention being paid to lines in the Niagara 
Peninsula. 

Work involved in the renewal of railway crossings, which have been operating 
for 15 years or more, has progressed favourably. 

During 1930, the Northern Ontario system which includes the Patricia and 
Sudbury districts was formed, and the D.P. & T. system was purchased; this is 
being incorporated in the Niagara system. 

In addition to the following synopsis a map showing all transmission lines 
of the Commission is included at the back of this report and relative data are 
tabulated in Appendix II. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

220,000-volt Lines 

The second link between the Gatineau Power Company, in Quebec, and 
Leaside high-tension station has been made by the completion of the second 
220,000-volt circuit. This line is now in operation and with the first circuit, 
provides sufficient capacity to deliver all the power required at present from the 
east, for the Niagara system. 

110,000-volt Lines 

Industrial and transportation developments at Burlington Bay necessitated 
moving crossing structures, carrying circuits over the enlarged Hamilton harbour 
entrance canal. 

Between a point on the Kitchener to Stratford 110,000-volt steel-tower line 
and Kitchener transformer station, a new circuit, 2.84 miles in length, was added 



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103 




GATINEAU-TORONTO TRANSMISSION LINE — 220,000 VOLTS 
View shows three circuits on separate towers 




MOVING 180-FEET HIGH TOWERS INTACT AT BURLINGTON CANAL CROSSING 



KM TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

to existing towers. This forms part of the new tie line between the Niagara 
and Georgian Bay systems. 

Insulation was added to 4.5 miles of double-circuit, 90,000-volt lines between 
Islington junction and Bridgman transformer station, in order to operate at 
110,000 volts. Four 110,000-volt circuits are now available between these 
stations. The old 190,000 circular-mil, copper conductor between Wiltshire 
junction and Wiltshire transformer station was replaced by 477,000 circular-mil, 
steel-reinforced aluminum. 

Rearrangement of the 110,000-volt lines at Guelph transformer station was 
made to accommodate extensive changes at the station. An additional tower 
was erected at Kitchener to provide better clearances. 

Power at 60,000 volts was supplied to the new transformer station at Port 
Colborne, over steel- tower lines recently constructed, from connections to 
60,000-volt lines at Montrose junction and Wabash junction. This necessitated 
the construction of a short section of single-circuit, wood-pole line through the 
village of Humberstone. Three double-circuit, steel towers were added to 
complete the circuits to Port Colborne transformer station. In all this construc- 
tion in the Port Colborne district provision has been made for 110,000-volt 
operation. 

Rearrangements were made with 90,000-volt circuits between Niagara 
Falls and Fonthill to utilize them as 60,000-volt circuits, thus giving alternative 
routes to Thorold and Port Colborne. Portions of the 60,000-volt lines were 
reinsulated with 110,000-volt, pin-type insulators. 

26,400-volt Lines 

Conductors between the junction and the L.E. & N. railway substation at 
Brantford were replaced, in order to increase conductivity. Circuits and switches, 
at Brantford municipal station, were revised to co-ordinate the present lines with 
a new municipal station installed near the L.E. & N. railway. A new single- 
circuit, wood-pole line — 2.95 miles — was erected to supply power to a new 
customer near Burford. 

A single-circuit, wood-pole transmission line was built between Essex trans- 
former station and Essex distributing station. The line is 14.30 miles long 
and includes air-break switches at Maidstone. Approximately 10 miles is on 
W.E. & L.S. electrical railway right-of-way and provision is made for trolley 
masts and signal circuits. 

Between Cottam Junction and Leamington — 3.65 miles — the existing pole 
line was rebuilt and at Cottam junction, switches were added to accommodate 
a short line to Cottam distributing station. Provision was also made on this 
line for co-ordination with the W.E. & L.S. electric railway wherever its right- 
of-way is used. Air-break switches were added at Ruthven junction. 

Other Lines 

A portion of one of the double-circuit 12,000-volt lines was removed from 
Stanley street, Niagara Falls, and rebuilt on H.E.P.C. right-of-way. 

Extensive repairs were made to 13,200-volt lines in the town of Dundas, 
including the removal of some sections, the rerouting of others to shorten trans- 
mission distances, and the replacement of conductor where required. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



105 




QUEENSTON-ST. THOMAS 110,000-VOLT TRANSMISSION LINE 
View taken near Caledonia, looking east across Grand River 



Between Lucan and Exeter, a portion of the 13,200-volt line was moved on 
account of a revision to the provincial highway. 

Between Guelph transformer station and Georgetown distributing station 
— 31.58 miles — defective insulators were replaced and guys were added. Con- 
ductors were replaced between Guelph transformer station and the Ontario 
Agricultural College to provide better conductivity. A portion of the line in 
Acton was diverted on account of changes in the route of the Provincial highway. 
Rearrangements were also made to 13,200-volt lines in Guelph transformer 
station yard, made necessary by the erection of a new low-tension station. 

Between Hespeler junction and Gait, the 13,200-volt double-circuit line 
was reinforced by the addition of guys and braces. . 

Between Kitchener transformer station and Waterloo municipal station 
— 1.88 miles — a single-circuit, wood-pole line was constructed. This made 
possible the removal of one circuit from the old line and provides an alternative 
route which insures better service to Waterloo. 

Construction of a double-circuit, 12,000-volt line — 1.15 miles — was com- 
pleted between Toronto Power Transformer station and Chippawa junction. 
This line replaces 3.57 miles of old line which was removed. 

Two single-circuit, twin-pole lines each 0.28 miles long were built between 
Port Colborne transformer station and International Nickel Co. The con- 
ductors used were 1,033,500 circular-mil aluminum. This is the largest con- 
ductor strung on any of the Commission's transmission lines. The existing poles 
were dismantled and used in the construction of the twin-pole structures. 



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Due to the Welland Ship Canal construction at Port Colborne, old sub- 
marine and overhead 12,000-volt crossings were removed. Arrangements were 
made with the Government for crossings at a more suitable point. Trans- 
mission lines were removed between Thorold Junction and Ontario Paper 
Co. and between Lincoln junction and the south side of the Welland Canal. 

D.P. & T. System 

Since taking over this system, previously owned by the Dominion Power 
and Transmission Company, work has been progressing in bringing the trans- 
mission lines to the Commission's standards. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

From a new circuit provided near Kitchener, to Hanover frequency- 
changer station, a distance of 55.83 miles, a single-circuit twin-pole, 110,000-volt 
tie line was constructed. This line provides a tie between the Niagara and the 
Georgian Bay systems. 

Between Big Chute generating station and Bala distributing station, 16.25 
miles of single-circuit, twin-pole, line was built to accommodate an increased 
power demand in the vicinity of" Bala. The line is designed for 38, 000-volts but 
at present is operated at 22,000 volts. The line was routed to pass close to 
the location of a proposed development at Ragged Rapids. 

Severn District 

Ground cable clamps throughout the district and air-break switches located 
south of Barrie were replaced by more modern types. 

The new Fergusonvale distributing station was placed in service by the 
completion of a short stretch of 22, 000- volt line tapping the main line to Barrie. 

Eugenia District 

Construction of 12 miles of single-circuit, 22,000-volt line was completed 
between Tara distributing station and Southampton distributing station. 
Between Hanover frequency-changer station and Chesley distributing station 
the line was extended 13 miles north to intersect existing lines at Tara, and by 
the reinforcement of this latter circuit, easterly to intersect the Owen Sound line, 
a loop was established and provision made for alternative power supply to the 
Owen Sound area. 

Replacement was made of the old No. 9 iron circuit between Kilsyth junction 
and Kilsyth distributing station — 4.80 miles — by larger conductors. Obsolete 
switches were replaced by modern ones on lines in the Eugenia district and a new 
3-pole entrance structure was completed at Hanover frequency-changer station. 

Wasdells District 

Old type air-break switches and ground cable clamps were replaced 
throughout this district. 

Muskoka District 

Old type air-break switches located at Utterson were replaced by swivel type. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 107 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

An air-break switch was erected near Richmond on the 110,000-volt line, 
for the purpose of facilitating the location of line faults on this circuit which 
extends from Ottawa to Smiths Falls. 

Central Ontario District 

Air-break switches were erected on the 44,000-volt lines at Whitby junction 
and on either side of the elevator tap at Kingston. Disconnecting switches were 
removed from Belleville switching station and re-erected at Napanee. 

Between Belleville switching station and the line to Belleville distributing 
station No. 1 — 1.30 miles of 44,000-volt, pin-type transmission line — was 
constructed. 

St. Lawrence District 

A short stretch of 44,000-volt line was built to supply power to a new 
customer near Prescott and to the new Government elevator. 

Rideau District 

The replacement of obsolete air-break switches on transmission lines has 
been continued during 1930 and includes those at Perth distributing station, 
Carleton Place Junction, Merrickville generating station and Smiths Falls tap. 

A portion of the 26,400-volt, wood-pole line between Smiths Falls and 
Merrickville was relocated to conform to road improvements carried out by the 
County of Lanark. 

Madawaska District 

Between Calabogie generating station and Burnstown junction a 33, 000-volt 
line was constructed. This ties with the line between Burnstown junction and 
Arnprior transformer station which was restrung with larger conductors. Between 
Galetta junction, on this line, and Chats Falls, a new 33, 000-volt circuit was 
erected to supply power for construction at the Chats Falls generating station. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



A portion of the 110,000-volt, wood-pole line in the vicinity of Alexander 
power development was relocated due to higher water levels existing upon the 
completion of this development. 

A second circuit was added to the 110,000-volt, steel-tower line between 
Cameron Falls and Port Arthur. From a point on this line to Alexander generat- 
ing station two double-circuit, 110,000-volt, steel-tower lines were constructed 
and placed in operation. 



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NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District 

Work in this district was confined to minor adjustments to lines and the 
replacement of some aluminum conductor with steel-reinforced aluminum in 
the vicinity of Callendar distributing station. 

Patricia District 

Progress is reported on the new high-voltage, steel-tower line between 
Sudbury and Hunta where connection will be made to the line to the Hudson's 
Bay Power Company. 

Sudbury District 

Three single-circuit lines, totalling 34 miles, were acquired by the Commis- 
sion during the past year. These lines are used to supply power to Sudbury and 
to mining industries, in the district. 

TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 

The communication systems of the Commission are becoming inadequate 
to carry the increase in traffic due to the operation of new systems and the 
centralization of management of numerous rural power districts throughout 
the Province. A start has been made to reinforce this service and is progressing. 

Between Niagara Falls and Toronto, two existing circuits were rearranged 
to provide a phantom circuit. 

Between Kitchener and Hanover, a new circuit has been constructed. 
This circuit, being in addition to those existing, provides an alternate path for 
communication between the Niagara and Georgian Bay systems. 

New telephone circuits were provided on transmission lines built between 
Big Chutes generating station and Bala. 

In the Madawaska system, a telephone circuit was provided on the new 
transmission lines between Calabogie and Burnstown, Arnprior and Chats Falls. 
One circuit was added between Burnstown and Arnprior. A switching point was 
installed at Galetta which makes possible communication from the Head Office 
in Toronto to all points on this system. 

Telephone circuits in the Nipissing system were retransposed and wires 
were replaced in some sections to improve communication. 

At other points in the various systems telephone circuits were rerouted or 
rearranged to provide better clearances and to give more efficient service. 

DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 

The work carried on by the Distribution section of the Electrical Engineering 
department covers the engineering for the construction of rural lines, distribution 
feeder lines, metering equipments, distribution systems for municipalities, etc. 
A tabular report of the work done during the past year may be found in Appendix 
III of this report. 



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SECTION VII 



THE LABORATORIES 

The work of the Department has continued to increase in volume, and the 
past year has been the most active in the history of the Laboratories. The 
reason for this activity is twofold. In the first place, there has been an increased 
demand upon the Laboratory by other departments for the inspection and 
testing of materials purchased under specification. In the second place, the 
number of problems in the operation of the system requiring special treatment 
has increased with the growth of the Commission, and the department is con- 
tinually being called upon to assist in solving these problems. Other features 
worthy of note in the year's operation are: an increase in the number of requests 
received by municipalities for testing and research services, and the increase in 
tests of a special character for organizations outside the Commission. 

A particularly interesting feature in the Laboratory's development during 
recent years has been the gradual formation of an inspection staff of highly 
trained men capable of conducting practically any kind of inspection of materials 
or equipment. It is believed that there are few organizations in America 
having such a staff and the evolution of this organization has been made possible 
by the adoption of a policy by the Commission of purchasing all equipment 
and materials under specification and of requiring inspection in all essential 
particulars of any undertaking. This has permitted the assembly of a staff of 
field inspectors and of the close co-ordination of field inspection with laboratory 
tests. The results of this policy are made evident continually in improved 
materials and equipment. The close co-operation which exists between engineer- 
ing departments and the laboratory staff thus operates to the benefit of the 
Commission as a whole. 

Every opportunity is taken to keep abreast with the latest developments 
in testing and inspection methods and in the application of new scientific dis- 
coveries to the problems of operation. To this end, contacts with research 
and standardizing organizations are being maintained, and the department is. 
represented on committees of the Canadian Engineering Standards Association t 
National Research Council of Canada, International Electrotechnical Com- 
mission, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Society for 
Testing Materials, American Concrete Institute, Engineering Institute of 
Canada, and the National Research Council of the United States. 



HO TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

During the course of the year a movie film, illustrating the work of the 
Laboratory, was prepared and adapted for projection in 16 millimeter size. 
This film has been exhibited several times to illustrate lectures by various 
members of the Commission. 

High Tension and General Electrical Laboratory 

The activities of this section continue to follow along the lines indicated in 
previous reports, some branches of the work, however, showing a substantial 
increase in volume. 

Shop Inspection 

Routine shop inspection of transformers, rotating machinery, switching 
equipment, etc., together with the work of checking up schedules of production, 
has occupied almost the entire time of four members of the staff. The effect 
of such testing and inspection is shown in the quality of the equipment obtained 
also in avoidance of delays due to equipment not arriving on scheduled dates. 
Shop inspection of insulators is carried on throughout their course of manu- 
facture and as the Commission spends a large amount of money each year in 
insulators and the service security requirements are high, this work has been 
shown to be well worth while. 

Lightning Investigation 

Apparatus for the detecting and measuring of lightning and similar electrical 
surges has been installed at various critical positions on lines and apparatus. 
Coupled with the studies of lightning has been the measurement of ground 
resistance which has been shown to be an important factor. Variations in ground 
resistance is also important in determining impedance-distance characteristics 
of lines for relay settings, and progress has been made in obtaining data along 
this line. 

Radio Interference 

Close co-operation is maintained with the Radio Interference Branch of 
the Department of Marine and Fisheries technically, and several local problems, 
as well as some general investigations, have been studied during the year. 

Routine Testing 

The routine testing of rubber gloves and transformer oil has increased in 
volume. About 1,200 pairs of rubber gloves and 5,000 samples of oil were 
tested during the year, in addition to many other pieces of apparatus of various 
types. 

Meter and Standards Laboratory 

Maintenance of Laboratory standard meters for electrical measurements 
has been thorough, and during the year over one hundred calibrations were 
made on portable standard meters and others, chiefly by members of the Operat- 
ing department for the use of the Commission. Precision methods of measure- 
ment and instruments available for such measurement's have been used in 
special investigations carried out at various times. 



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111 




OSCILLOGRAPHIRECORD OF ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES DURING TRANSIENT CONDITIONS 
As recorded on Automatic Oscillograph at Leaside Station Electrical Laboratory 

Meter Repairs 

During the past year, more than 1,300 watt-hour meters have been repaired 
or rebuilt, and in addition, repairs have been made to demand meters, rotating 
standards, meggers, bridges, voltmeters, ammeters, wattmeters and time switches. 

The Instrument repair shop has also been active throughout the year 
supplementing the work of all sections of the Laboratories. 



Illumination Laboratory 

The main part of the work of this department continues from year to year 
with very little change except in details. 

Lamp Testing 

The inspection and testing of lamps by our resident inspector at the factory, 
the selection of samples for life test and the life testing of the sample groups 
at the Laboratory have been carried on as in previous years. 

The Commission's lamp business has been steadily increasing in volume 
year after year with a corresponding increase in the number of lamps examined 
and tested. 

It is gratifying to report that there has also been an upward trend in the 
quality of the lamps. As a result of this, a general increase in the efficiencies 
of all types of lamps has been made. 

In the range of sizes covered by the inside-frosted lamps the demand for 
clear bulb lamps has decreased to such an extent as to indicate that they will 



H2 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

soon be classed as "special." No advantage is to be gained in ordering clear 
bulb lamps in preference to those with inside-frosted (type A) bulbs while 
there are important advantages in the use of the latter. 

Commercial Tests of Lighting Equipment 

The types of lighting equipment tested during the year include show window 
reflectors, street lighting glassware and a new type of unit developed for lighting 
canals and waterways. In the tests of the last named some unexpected infor- 
mation was obtained which had an important influence on the design of the unit. 

Many types and brands of lighting glassware are on the market regarding 
which no information is available as to their optical characteristics and efficiency. 
A cheaper brand of unit may be, and often is, so inefficient that, based upon the 
percentage of light delivered, the higher priced brands are the cheapest to use. 
Some users of lighting equipment have tests made and base their selections 
upon the results obtained. 

Lighting Service 

Increased use is being made of the lighting service offered to all users of 
power on the Hydro-Electric Systems. This service includes studies, including 
surveys of illumination intensities of existing lighting systems with recom- 
mendations for correcting unsatisfactory conditions; planning the lighting of 
new buildings and outdoor areas-, and assistance in solving unusual lighting 
problems of various kinds. 

Owing to the great variety in the nature of the work done by this section 
of the Laboratory, the completeness of equipment, and the entire freedom from 
commercial bias, the Hydro municipalities have at their disposal exceptional 
facilities upon which they may draw for the benefit of their own organizations 
or for their customers. 

A considerably greater number of requests for service has been received 
during the past year than during any previous year. The Hydro municipalities 
are invited to make a more general use of this service. 

Automobile Lighting 

Although there have been no tests of automobile headlights during the 
year, a considerable number of tests have been made closely related to the 
headlights of automobiles. 

An apparatus designed to make possible the correct adjustment of auto- 
mobile headlights by a garage attendant in the daytime was submitted for test. 
Similar kinds of apparatus had been tested previously but this last was the only 
one found to fulfil all the requirements for approval. 

During the past year an Act was passed by the Legislature of Ontario 
requiring all motor trucks and trailers to carry on the rear end an approved 
reflecting device in addition to a tail light, so that in the event of a failure of 
the tail light to function the headlight beams of an overtaking motor vehicle 
would illuminate the reflecting device and thus warn the driver of the presence 
of the truck ahead. 

The Laboratory was requested to conduct tests and to formulate specifi- 
cations to which reflectors must comply before approval could be granted by 
the Department of Public Highways of Ontario. 



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113 




TEST OF REFLECTING SIGNALS FOR THE REAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES 
Illumination Laboratory 

The test involves the measurement of reflected light under specified con- 
ditions. 

A large number of reflecting devices have been tested, some of which have 
been approved by the Department of Public Highways. 



Engineering Materials Laboratory 

In common with the other sections of the Laboratory, this section has 
been very busy during the past year, and its principal achievement has been the 
volume of work handled with only moderate increases in the staff, rather than 
the accomplishment of any noteworthy investigations. This large volume of 
routine testing and inspection has made it necessary to curtail special research 
work as far as possible, and as a consequence no new researches have been 
undertaken, but the work already in hand has been continued as far as possible. 

Inspection of Concrete Structures 

The examination of concrete structures in service has been one of the 
investigations that has been actively continued, some fifty additional structures 
having been inspected during the year. A number of these were along the 
Gulf of Mexico and in the Lower Mississippi Valley, and others in the Central 
Mississippi Valley and along the Atlantic coast. It was found that concrete 
that did not have to resist the action of frost could be of very inferior quality, 
and yet give satisfactory service. However, along the sea coast, concrete 
which was reinforced had to be exceptionally good or spalling would occur due 
to rusting of the embedded steel. 

The important conclusion from these investigations is that frost is the 
principal enemy of concrete in this climate. Knowing this future studies will 
be directed toward finding better methods of combating the effects of frost action. 



[H TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

A direct outgrowth of the foregoing studies has been the immediate appli- 
cation of the information and experience obtained in the maintenance of the 
Commission's structures. Engineers from the laboratory have advised on and 
kept in very close touch with all phases of the repair work which has been 
carried out during the past year at Frankford and Wasdells Falls powerhouses, 
the Eugenia dam, and the cooling pond at Niagara Falls. As a part of the 
same work, all of the concrete structures of the Commission are being kept 
under close observation, and recommendations for their repair are made when 
conditions are discovered that make such action advisable. 

Special Investigations 

During the year a number of special investigations and reports was made 
at the request of different departments, such as on the waterproofing of interior 
brick walls in powerhouses; the protection of brick work during construction 
in freezing weather; a comparison of the efficiency and operation of small portable 
concrete mixers; safe loads that can be applied to different types of steel insu- 
lator pins; the tensile strength of various brands of manilla rope; and the effect 
of different loadings on the standard wooden crossarms used on wood poles for 
high tension distribution. 

Special Tests 

The Commission's unique position as a pioneer in the successful application 
of scientific methods in the control of concrete during construction is being 
increasingly recognized. Frequent requests from other organizations are being 
received by the Laboratory to carry out the basic tests necessary with any 
group of materials in order to determine the best mixture which will give concrete 
of a desired quality. Seven such groups of tests have been made during the 
year, besides those for the work at Chats Falls and Niagara Falls. 

Inspection of Materials 

The work involved in the inspection of materials has increased greatly 
during the past year. The increase has been in volume rather than in variety 
and has not required any reorganization, but has necessitated an enlargement 
of the staff. To meet this situation, care has been taken to select men who are 
skilled in some particular line, and our organization is now unique insofar as 
inspection work involved in power development and distribution is concerned. 

Most of the materials and equipment used by the Commission are now 
inspected fully, or in part, to see that they conform to the requirements of the 
service they have to meet. The cost of such work is usually comparatively 
small, and the practice has been found profitable, because in most cases it 
greatly reduces construction costs, eliminates delays that would otherwise be 
occasioned, and increases operating efficiency through the rejection of faulty 
materials and improper workmanship. Such work includes bolts which may 
have defective threads, copper wire of varying degrees of hardness, galvanized 
steel wire of different grades, and different thickness of coating, aluminum 
conductors, line hardware, transmission towers, structural steel and reinforcing 
steel. In addition to these materials, which are more or less standard, there are 
special materials and equipment such as turbines and generators which involve 
very complete inspection and testing of heavy castings and forgings as well as 
careful shop inspection to see that the proper fits and alignments are obtained. 



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115 




FIELD LABORATORY AT CHATS FALLS FOR CONCRETE TESTING 
Engineering Materials Laboratory 



The value and experience of this department has been recognized by other 
power companies, who have made use of its facilities and personnel. The 
Laboratory has made special tests for them, and the staff has been used in a 
consulting capacity, and it has also been requested to inspect special equip- 
ment. Such work has been of value to the other companies and has given the 
Laboratory a wider experience. 



Chemical Laboratory 

The routine work of this section has increased greatly during the past 
year, a large part of the time of the staff being taken up with tests on hardware, 
paints, metals, oils, sand, stone, and other materials. 



General 

An interesting development of the past year has been the large increase in 
the number of requests for information from the different municipalities served 
by the Commission. These requests are principally for advice as to the pro- 
tection and maintenance of plant and equipment. Such problems as the proper 
paint to use to meet unusual service conditions and the cause and remedy for 
the corrosion of piping systems are typical of the problems which the Laboratory 
has assisted the municipalities in solving. 



116 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Special Tests and Investigations 

In addition to the routine work, a large number of special tests are made to 
solve specific problems met with in the operation and construction of the Com- 
mission's properties. Some of those carried out in the past year are: 

An investigation of the protective properties of the zinc coatings used 
in the different standard brands of galvanized sheets with comparative 
tests on the steel or iron forming the sheet before it was galvanized. 

Comparative chemical tests on portland cement as received from time 
to time, and from different mills. 

Tests to determine the behaviour of the more common brands of 
emulsified asphalt with respect to their resistance to sunlight and their 
behaviour in cold weather. 

Development of a suitable tree wound dressing. 

A study of the commercial methods of reconditioning used transformer 
oil. 

Research into the nature of the gases formed during the operation of 
oil circuit breakers, and the effect the oil would have on the character, 
amount, and nature of the gases formed. 

A study of the failure of telephone cables by fatigue cracks. 

Investigation of the cause of corrosion of lead cable in fibre conduits. 

Tests to determine the possibility of using old transformer oil as fuel 
in commercial oil burners. 

Earth Dams 

When the construction of the hydraulic earth-filled dam for the Alexander 
Power development was first decided upon, the Laboratories were asked to 
look into the question of determining the suitability and character of the clay 
that would form the puddle core of the dam. Methods for determining the 
approximate fineness of the clay were devised, suitable for field exploration, 
and during the construction this year, accurate and complete analyses have 
been made of samples of the puddle core being placed. This is probably the 
first time that this class of work has been done in Canada. 

Tests on River Water 

The testing of weekly samples of water from different rivers of Ontario 
upon which the Commission operates hydro-electric plants, was continued 
during the year, and now data covering a complete year has been obtained 
from each stream. The information is being analyzed, and it is hoped that 
from this it will be possible to determine, with some accuracy, the tendency of 
these waters to corrode concrete. The Dominion Government has shown 
some interest in the data being obtained from these tests, and the information 
is being placed at its disposal. 

Salt Spray Test 

During the year a salt spray machine has been added to the equipment of 
the section. This machine is used for making comparative tests on metallic 
protective coatings, such as galvanizing, tinning, cadmium plating, etc., and 
already valuable information has been obtained through its use. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 117 

Photographic Branch 

The increased activity of the Commission has been reflected in the volume 
of work that this section has been called upon to handle with the result that 
an additional photographer has had to be added to the staff. 

The character of the work does not vary much from. year to year, and, as 
in the past, has been principally made up of the printing and development of 
photographs taken by different members of the staff in connection with their 
various activities, the preparation of special photographs to illustrate reports, 
technical articles, and other documents, copying, lantern slides, etc. Progress 
pictures have been taken regularly of the construction work at the Leaside 
Transformer station, Queenston powerhouse, and the concreting of the Ontario 
Power Company's No. 3 Conduit. Photographs have also been received and 
prepared of the progress of the Alexander Power development. 

A survey of the existing photographs in the Commission's file showed that 
no up-to-date pictures existed of many of the older structures on the different 
systems, and during the year this has been rectified. Pictures have been 
systematically taken of all of the structures on the Niagara system, Muskoka 
system, Thunder Bay system, and Nipissing system, and Eastern Ontario system. 

A large projection printer with reducing attachment has been added to 
the equipment of the department, in order more economically to handle the 
enlargements that are being required, and also to facilitate the making of 
standard-sized prints from the many different sizes of negatives that result 
from members of the Commission's staff using their own cameras. 

Blueprinting Department 

The Blueprinting department likewise has been very busy during the 
past year, having handled over 95 per cent of the blueprints, ozalids and other 
classes of work required by the Commission, totalling approximately 37,000 
square yards of finished prints. 



Approvals Laboratory 

There has been a general increase in the work of this section, as may be 
noticed from the following summary of approval applications received from 
November 1, 1929, to October 31, 1930. Of 655 applications, 181 applied to 
heaters, 176 to motor-operated devices, 113 to wiring devices, sockets and 
switches, 103 to radio devices and musical instruments, and 82 to lighting 
devices including portable electric lamps. This is an increase of 38 per cent 
over the previous year. It may also be noted that this is an increase of more 
than 100 per cent during the past three years. There has been a slight falling 
off in the number of applications received for listing of devices approved by 
Underwriters Laboratories, the total number of applications received during 
the past year being 168. This may be partly due to the fact that Canadian 
manufacturers have been able to replace the imported devices with those manu- 
factured in Canada. Another reason for this decrease is the stiffening up of 



H8 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

requirements by this Testing Laboratory on certain lines of electrical equipment 
which have been approved by Underwriters' Laboratories, but which we have 
discovered have fallen somewhat below the standards as required by the Com- 
mission. Two hundred and twenty-five final approval reports have been 
written during the year, and 329 white card summaries printed. Green card 
summaries covering devices listed as approved by Underwriters' Laboratories 
have been printed to the number of 199. Quite a percentage of this latter 
group has been printed merely as a change of record or due to a revision in the 
filing. 

A further indication of the expansion of the Laboratory work may be seen 
in the fact that there are — as of October 31 — 322 approval reports in various 
stages of completion. One year ago this number was 273, an increase of about 
17 per cent. With five testing engineers this means an average of 64 active 
jobs per engineer. In this connection, it is proposed to install a progress record 
system so that all new applications will be handled strictly in turn, the submitter 
being given an estimated date for the completion of the preliminary report. 

Factory inspection work has increased, particularly that having to do with 
label service on portable electric lamps, for which a more frequent service is 
necessary. At the present time, there are more than 40 subscribers to the 
portable lamp label service in the United States, 24 of them being in the New 
York district. Our schedule, at the present time, includes quarterly inspection 
of each of these label service users in the United States, and more frequent 
inspection to those points which are more easily reached by the inspector from 
the Toronto office. The number of labels sold during the year has been con- 
siderably less than that during the previous year. This is no doubt due to the 
general business depression. 

The inspection of electrical equipment offered for sale throughout the 
Province has received more attention during this past year than formerly and 
special steps have been taken to rigidly enforce the regulations. The engineer 
entrusted with this work has visited the Electrical Inspection departments in 
most of the cities and towns in the southern part of the Province. 

Draft specifications for radio-operated appliances and for electric signs 
have been prepared, the former one being sent to the Canadian Engineering 
Standards Association to be issued as the first draft of the specifications under 
that Association. This work of preparing these draft specifications requires 
much care and thought on the part of the engineers who are acquainted with 
the details of the apparatus. 

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DIVISION 

In spite of the general business depression which has prevailed throughout 
the Province, the Electrical Inspection department has concluded a very success- 
ful year. The volume of business was second only to the best year in the history 
of the Department, namely, 1929. This condition is noteworthy in view of 
the fact that the number of building contracts let between November 1, 1929, 
and October 31, 1930, was ten per cent less than in the previous fiscal period. 
The value of the building contracts let was also $55,473,000 or 33 per cent 
less than in 1929. 



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A graph illustrating the amount of money expended in 1929 and 1930 
on the building construction from which a great part of the work of the Depart- 
ment is derived is shown. This graph also shows the number of permits issued 
by the Department in 1929 and 1930 in comparison with the cost of building 
construction for the same years. 

The decrease in urban and suburban construction was offset to some extent 
by the greatly increased activities in the rural sections of the Province. 

A brief summary of the year's operations shows that 95,229 permits were 
issued, a decrease of 647, or less than one per cent from 1929. The total number 
of inspections made was 186,891, this being a decrease of 2,799 or 1.5 per cent. 



120 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Automobile mileage in 1930 amounted to 431,940 miles as compared with 
405,873 in 1929; an increase of 26,067 miles or 6 per cent. This additional 
mileage was due to the greater number of rural inspections made in 1930 than 
in 1929. 

Nine fires were reported as having been caused by defective electric wiring 
or apparatus. 

In several instances of infractions of the Rules and Regulations there 
was no alternative but to take Court proceedings with the result that in prac- 
tically every instance fines were imposed. 

It is with regret that we record the deaths of five persons as having been 
caused by electrocution. Two of these deaths were strictly accidental, but 
the other three were the result of carelessness and could have been avoided. 
In these cases, three men, electricians, were working on live apparatus which 
should, and could have been made dead. 

Along with the regular routine of inspecting new wiring installations and 
equipment, the Department makes inspections of the older and more obsolete 
type, which from general wear and tear have come to the stage where they 
constitute a life and fire hazard. The wiring in 4,815 such buildings and 
premises was overhauled at an approximate cost of $500,000 during the past 
year. Included in these figures is practically every church in the Province 
by reason of the fact that insurance companies give a substantial reduction in 
insurance rates if the electrical installation is found to comply with the require- 
ments, and the assured can produce the certificate of approval from the Inspection 
Department covering the church's wiring and equipment. 

In January, 1930, the second edition of the Canadian Electrical Code, 
Part I, was adopted by the Commission as the ninth edition of its Rules and 
Regulations and became effective throughout the Province on June 1, 1930. 
This edition supersedes the eighth edition which has been completely revised 
and re-arranged, in order to take advantage of the experience gained and keep 
in line with recent developments in the field. 



931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 121 



SECTION VIII 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

Track construction, which was commenced in 1929 on Sandwich street in 
the town of Sandwich and on London street in the city of Windsor, was com- 
pleted during the year. 

The double track construction on Sandwich street in Sandwich, between 
Rosedale avenue and Detroit street, referred to in last year's report, was com- 
pleted and was placed in operation on the 18th of December, 1929. This double 
track, which is the standard paved monolithic type, is located in the centre of 
the widened street and replaces the former open double track located on the 
south side of the street on private right-of-way. Tubular steel poles were also 
erected for the joint use of the municipality and the railway. This work was 
covered by agreement between the municipality and the Commission and in 
accordance with this agreement the municipality has purchased the private 
right-of-way, formerly occupied by the railway trackage, and has paid the cost 
of pavement on the track allowance. 

On London street in Windsor the double track reconstruction programme 
referred to in last year's report was completed. The portion of track recon- 
structed this year extends from Janette street to Ouellette avenue. That 
portion of the work between Janette street and Victoria avenue is of the standard 
paved monolithic type of construction, while the remainder from Victoria avenue 
to Ouellette avenue consists of 100 lb. A.R.A., A. rail on oak ties and crushed 
stone ballast, with concrete paving base and brick pavement. The former 
portion was placed in operation on September 12, while the reconstruction of 
the latter portion was performed under traffic. 

At the request of the municipalities of the city of East Windsor and 
Sandwich East township, the single open track on Tecumseh road, between 
George street and Pillette road, was moved from the north side of the road to 
the open track reservation in the centre of the road. This work was done in 
connection with the paving programme of these municipalities and at their 
expense. 

A physical connection between the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Railway 
single track on Howard avenue and the double track of this system on Erie 
street in Windsor was constructed to permit of the interchange of traffic between 
the two systems. 



1122 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At the intersection of Ottawa street and Monmouth road in Walkerville 
an additional curve was installed in the special work, making a complete double 
track Wye installation at this point. 

During the year the Sandwich street highway bridge over the Canadian 
National Railway in Walkerville was reconstructed by the town of Walkerville. 
This work necessitated the reconstruction of the single street-car track which 
also traverses this bridge and its approaches. Also involved was the construction 
of a temporary track and bridge to permit of the continued operation of the 
Tecumseh division traffic. All bridgework was performed by the town of 
Walkerville and trackwork by the railway forces. Operation over the temporary 
facilities thus provided extended from May 27 to August 30, when operation 
over the new bridge was commenced. The new track is located, as formerly, 
on the north side of the approaches and bridge proper, the construction on the 
west approach and across the bridge being of the open type and on the east 
approach of standard monolithic type. This project is governed by Board of 
Railway Commissioners for Canada Order No. 42618, dated 14th May, 1929, 
and amending Order No. 44201, dated 17th January, 1930, the subdivision of 
costs being as follows: — "Canadian National Railways 55 per cent not exceeding 
a lump sum of $60,000; town of Walkerville 20 per cent; city of Windsor 15 per 
cent and Hydro-Electric Railways 10 per cent." The amending order also 
provides that, in the event of 55 per cent of the total cost of the bridge being in 
excess of the $60,000 apportioned to the Canadian National Railways, such 
excess to be borne by the town of' Walkerville. Maintenance costs are sub- 
divided on the basis of the above mentioned percentages. 

Construction of the Wyandotte street highway extension, referred to in the 
1924 annual report, was commenced by the city of East Windsor in October. 
This extension will connect Wyandotte street in Walkerville with Ottawa street 
in East Windsor and involves the construction of subways under the Pere 
Marquette Railway in Walkerville and the Canadian National Railways in East 
Windsor. It is proposed to construct a double track street-car line along this 
extension which is approximately 4,000 feet in length. The route of the extension 
as finally adopted, will permit the under-crossing of the Canadian National 
Railway by both the new extension and the existing Drouillard road, by means 
of the same subway. Negotiations have been carried on throughout the year 
and the Board of Railway Commissioners' Orders have been issued authorizing 
the work in East Windsor, but to date, division of cost has only been made of 
the Drouillard road portion of the subway, in which portion the street railway 
is not interested. It is expected that similar negotiations on the part of the 
town of Walkerville will result in the authorization by the Board of the under- 
crossing of the Pere Marquette Railway and that this work can be commenced 
in a short time. 

Operation 

The gross revenue for the year 1930 amounted to $1,027,759, as compared 
with $1,241,042 in 1929, a decrease of $213,283. The operating expenses 
amounted to $876,160 as compared with $929,689 in 1929, a decrease of $53,529. 

The net operating revenue for the year 1930 was $151,599, as compared 
with a net of $305,962 in 1929, a decrease of $154,363. The interest and taxes 
for the year 1930 amounted to $279,090, as compared with $266,881 for the 
year 1929, an increase in fixed charges of $12,209. 



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124 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The decline in passenger business noted in the latter part of 1929 continued 
throughout the year 1930. The number of revenue passengers carried during 
the last four months falling to the lowest point in six years. 

There was also a further reduction in freight tonnage from 12,540 tons in 
the year 1929 to 5,748 tons in the year 1930. The shipments to the export 
docks ceased entirely after May, 1930, and all freight shipments on the Tecumseh 
division were stopped by the removal of the Ford interchange with the C.N.R., 
on account of the construction of a subway under the C.N.R. tracks. 

The net result of the year's operations shows a deficit of $127,491 after 
paying interest and taxes, but without taking care of depreciation, as compared 
with a surplus of $44,471 in 1929. Passenger revenue decreased $198,936 and 
freight revenue $10,539 as compared with 1929. Gross revenue decreased 
$213,283. 

In conjunction with the Detroit street railway, a bus service over the 
Ambassador bridge was started in November, 1929, and at the start promised 
to do well, but due to industrial conditions in the Border Cities and in Detroit, 
the traffic fell off considerably towards the end of the year. The opening of the 
Detroit-Windsor tunnel in November, 1930, will, it is expected, reduce business 
to such an extent that the continued operation of this service will not be 
warranted. This service had total earnings amounting to $50,678 with operating 
expenses of $58,280, resulting in a deficit of $7,602. 

The W. E. & L. S. Railway will shortly operate a local service on Howard 
avenue and the Howard avenue bus line will be discontinued. This will effect a 
saving of approximately $25,000 a year to the Essex district. 

The financial statements respecting the Railway are given in Section IX 
of this report. The accompanying chart indicates the growth of the Railway 
for the past five years. 

The mileage operated by the various types of cars and buses during the year 
is as follows: double truck, air brakes, two-man cars 146,965 car-miles; interurban 
cars 495,738 car-miles; single-truck safety cars 597,221 car-miles; double-truck, 
safety cars 1,565,517 car-miles; express cars 12,940 car-miles; buses, 449,394 
bus-miles; service cars, 28,827 car-miles; total 3,296,602 car- and bus-miles. 

ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAY 

Operating Statistics, 1930 

Route-miles: 

City trolley 24 . 29 

City bus 18 . 50 

Amherstburg interurban 13 . 54 

Tecumseh interurban 6.10 

Total route miles 62 . 43 

Passenger and freight car-miles operated 3,261,956 

Passenger and freight car-hours operated 362,277 

Passenger carried 16,592,772 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 18.64 

Passenger cars operated 66 

Passenger buses operated 13 

Passengers carried per route-mile 225,728 

Passengers carried per car-mile 5 . 107 

Passengers carried per car-hour 45 . 801 

Average mileage per car operated 42,357 

Average mileage per bus operated 34,568 

Average passengers per car operated 236,486 

Average passengers per bus operated 75,741 

Freight tonnage carried 5,748 

Accidents 656 of which 514 were automobile accidents. 

Accidents per 100,000 car-miles 19.26. 



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WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAILWAY 

WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAILWAY 

On September 8, 1929, the operation of the Windsor, Essex and Lake 
Shore Rapid Railway was taken over by the Commission under agreement 
with the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Electric Railway Association, the latter 
body, representing a number of municipalities traversed by the railway, having 
purchased the line from the original owners, the Windsor, Essex and Lake 
Shore Rapid Railway Company, at a cost of $296,000. 

This railway consists of 36.12 miles of standard gauge singe-track extending 
from the intersection of Pitt street and Ouelette avenue in downtown Windsor 
to Leamington, with numerous industrial sidings along the route. In Windsor, 
Essex, Cottam, Kingsville and Leamington the track is situated in the centre 
of the street, while on the balance of the line it is constructed on a narrow strip 
of private right-of-way of varying widths, adjacent to the highway. 



Way and Structures 

Rehabilitation of the entire system has proceeded throughout the year 
and is now practically completed. 

Approximately 55,000 cedar ties and 7,000 pairs of angle bars have been 
installed. The open track throughout has been lifted and lined. Special work 



126 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

has been repaired or replaced, culverts have been repaired and the entire line 
has been bonded. 

The single paved track through the town of Essex has been reconstructed, 
for a distance of approximately 4,000 feet. This work was done to conform 
with the municipality's street widening scheme. The work involved the 
installation of new 100 lb. A.R.A., A. rail throughout, on the existing oak ties 
and concrete foundation, and the laying of new paving base and brick pavement. 
All rail joints are thermit welded. 

A siding has been constructed on Howard avenue, Windsor, near Tecumseh 
road to provide a passing point for a local service to be inaugurated on Howard 
avenue. The siding is of paved construction, with 80 lb. A.S.C.E. rail on oak 
ties and stone ballast, concrete paving base and brick pavement. The equilateral 
turnouts at each end provide for the accommodation of both steam and electric 
railway equipment. 

The widening of Arthur street by the city of Windsor occasioned the 
reconstruction of 700 feet of paved single track on the new centre line of the 
street. Construction is of 80 lb. A.S.C.E. rail on cedar ties with tie plates, 
crushed stone, ballast, concrete paving, base and brick pavement, rail joints 
being thermit welded. The municipality contributed $9,000 towards the cost 
of this work. 

A new spur has been constructed to serve the new freight shed in Leamington. 

A new spur, approximately half-a-mile in length, has been constructed 
from the main line near Leamington to Seacliff park. This spur is located on a 
66-foot, private right-of-way and is of the open type of construction with used 
80 lb. A.S.C.E. rail, on cedar ties and stone ballast. 

Additional freight shed accommodation has been constructed both at 
Kingsville and at Leamington and arrangements made with the local Fruit 
Growers' Associations whereby the latter will pay the carrying charges on the 
cost of construction. 

The overhead system was reconstructed throughout the entire length of the 
line. Poles belonging to the Power department of the Commission were utilized 
for a distance of approximately ten miles north of Essex and three miles north 
of Kingsville. On the remainder of the line, pole replacements were made where 
necessary. The catenary construction consists of 7/16 inch steel strand 
messenger with 4/0 grooved copper contact wire supported on existing mast 
arms. The new feeder consists of a 636,000 cm. steel reinforced aluminum 
cable extending from Erie street in Windsor to Ruthven, and a 954,000 cm. 
cable from Ruthven to Leamington. 

The telephone system has been rehabilitated throughout, iron wire, where 
it existed, being replaced by copper. 

Equipment 

Four new motor car and one trail car bodies were secured from the Ottawa 
Car Manufacturing Company. These car bodies are all steel, of modern stream 
line design with extra large windows and are the first cars of this type to be used 
in Canada. Particular attention has been paid to appearance, finish and 
comfort. Special spring construction is provided in the seats and the trail car 
is equipped as a parlour car with lounge type settees in each of the two end 



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WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAILWAY AT PELTON 



compartments. Trucks purchased from the National Steel Car Company of 
Hamilton are also of a modern design to provide easy riding qualities. The 
electric motive equipment consists of four used 100 h.p. Westinghouse motors 
geared for somewhat over 65 m.p.h. on level track. Multiple unit control is 
used with automatic draw bars so that two or more cars can be operated in train. 
In providing for the two locomotives necessary it was found possible to 
obtain five used modern trucks and motors in first-class condition at very 
attractive prices. One set of trucks was installed under a used locomotive body 
secured from the Canadian National Electric Railway and the other under one 
of the express cars taken over with the Railway and remodelled. 

Power 

The original programme contemplated the installation of three manually 
operated substations located at Maidstone, Cottam and Ruthven. Subsequently 
it was found possible to rearrange the rehabilitation programme to permit the 
purchase and installation of automatic equipment, which will result in more 
economical operation. Each station consists of one 500 kw. rotary convertpr 
with high-tension transformers and automatic switching equipment. 

Operation 

In considering the results of the first year of operation of the W. E. & L. S. 
Railway, consideration should be given to the fact that it was a period of 
rehabilitation in its entirety. Between September 8, 1929 and August 15, 1930, 
many conditions existed which prevented securing an increase of business. 



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WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAILWAY 
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WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAILWAY 
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TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



Statement of Revenue 


and Operating Expenses 






Year ending 
Dec. 31, 1926 


Nov. 1, 1929 
to Oct. 31, 1930 


Sept. 8, 1929 
to Oct. 31, 1930 


Gross revenue 


$245,448 


$161,455.41 


$185,724.01 






Expenses 

Wavs and structures 


$29,763 
34,837 
58,541 
60,841 
51,383 


$27,928.70 
25,752.47 
45,320.37 
54,284.86 
41,122.66 


$32,524.93 


Equipment 


31,226.20 


Power 

Transportation 


53,526.32 
61,886.38 


General miscellaneous 


47,942.80 


Total expenses 


$235,365 


$194,409.06 


$227,106.63 



During the major portion of the year passengers had to transfer from the cars 
at the Windsor end into a bus and then again transfer from the bus to the cars 
operating with A.C. power. Furthermore the restricted facilities that could be 
offered for the handling of freight and express also prevented any material 
increase being shown, in fact, the railway was fortunate to be able to hold what 
business there was left. 

It was not possible to cater to the summer traffic or excursion business on 
account of lack of facilities. The equipment was also of such a nature that it 
was not conducive to attracting business. The cost of operation was consider- 
ably increased on account of having to hold the old equipment and power stations 
together until the 600-volt power was available. 

During the year the entire purchase cost of the buses was wiped off and 
charged to operation, amounting to practically $4,000. The rental for the 
temporary transformers from the Hydro-Electric Power Commission, amounting 
to S2,600 was also charged against operation, as was also the changing of the 
intake pipes into the Kingsville power station, which accounted for another 
$3,000. 

The industrial depression brought about a condition which has retarded 
and will continue to retard to some extent the growth of revenue. All of the 
savings that can be effected in the operating costs, do not up to the present time 
show in the report for the fiscal year ending October 31, 1930. Many cf them 
were placed in effect after that date and there are a few more changes yet 
which will tend further to reduce operating costs. The estimate for the cost of 
operation was approximately $175,000. It is believed that it will be possible 
to reach this point at an early date. The passenger revenue until October 31 
remained practically stationery. This should increase during the ensuing year. 
The revenue from freight operation showed decided increases towards the latter 
part of the year and the outlook seems better for the coming year, notwithstand- 
ing the industrial depression. For instance, the Heinz Company at Leamington 
has not shipped any of its product for export. The canning factories at Kingsville 
and Essex have shipped only one car in the last six months. These conditions 
are' the result of the unsettled trade conditions. 

Arrangements were completed with the Canadian National Express whereby 
the rate paid to the W. E. & L. S. Ry. was increased 100 per cent which will 
mean approximately S6,000 to $8,000 a year. In December the local passenger 



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business on Howard avenue will be transferred to the W. E. & L. S., this traffic 
at present being handled by buses operated by the S. W. & A. The cost of this 
operation, with 15-minute service, will be in the neighborhood of $2,600 to $2,700 
a month and the revenue about $3,100. This revenue a year ago ran up as high 
as $6,500 a month, the total revenue for the year 1929 being approximately 
$64,000. The total operating cost for the year should be approximately $32,000, 
so that even during the present depression a substantial profit should be earned 
which will be greatly increased with a return to normal conditions. This amount 
of business can be handled on the present service without any difficulty. 

As will be seen by the charts, the road when taken over was not paying its 
operating expenses by approximately $7,000 a month. This has been changed, 
so that the earnings for July, August, September and October show a total 
surplus of operating expenses of approximately $5,200. There will be two or 
three of the winter months, December, January, February and March, and 
possibly April, that will probably fail to produce sufficient revenue to pay the 
operating expenses, as these are always the light months in the year, and at 
present are affected seriously by the prevailing industrial depression, but with 
any return towards normal conditions, the balance of the year should offset 
these poorer months and provide something towards the capital charges. 

While the revenues at the present time are not as great as were anticipated 
on account of conditions, it is believed, after a careful study, that the Railway 
will be able to produce sufficient revenue to take care of its requirements. 

■ 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

The Suffolk route, referred to in the 1929 report, consisting of approximately 
one mile of single track, has been abandoned and the car service replaced by 
buses which commenced operation on August 14. 

A new spur track one quarter of a mile in length with passing siding has 
been constructed on the grounds of the Ontario Agricultural College, to serve 
the new heating plant installed at the college. All freight traffic to and from 
the college will be routed over this track which was built at the expense of the 
Provincial Department of Public Works. Construction is of the open type 
with 80 lb. A.S.C.E. relay rail on cedar ties and stone ballast. 

The track on the system has been maintained to a satisfactory standard 
and the overhead system has been overhauled throughout. 

Equipment 

The abandonment of the Suffolk car route released one passenger car from 
service and this car has been transferred to Windsor for service on the Essex 
District Railways. 

Three new buses were purchased. Two of these are 25 passenger city-type 
vehicles while the third is a 29-passenger de luxe bus for chartered business. Of 
the two smaller buses, one is used to replace the street car service on the 
Suffolk route and the other to supplement both the city services and the chartered 
bus service inaugurated with the purchase of the de luxe bus. 



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GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS— CITY BUS 



134 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The chasses of the smaller buses were purchased from the General Motors 
Products Limited and the bodies built by the Commercial Motors Bodies and 
Carriages Company of Guelph, while the larger bus was furnished entirely by 
the General Motors Products Limited. 

Operation 

The operating revenue for the Guelph District Railways for 1930 was $86,278 
as compared with $88,145 in 1929. The total operating expenses for the year 
1930 were $81,091 as compared with $80,132 in 1929. Taxes for the year 1930 
amounted to $515 as compared with $1,348 in 1929. The net operating revenue 
for the year 1930 was $5,187 as compared with $8,014 in 1929. The interest and 
debenture payments were $26,900 as compared with $26,215 in 1929. The 
renewal set aside was $10,701 as compared with $10,252 in 1929. The deficit 
for the year 1930 amounted to $32,929, as compared with $29,802 in 1929. 

Included in the above deficit is $7,307 which has been set aside each year 
for amortizing the original value of the railway line previous to the transfer of 
this line to the Hydro-Electric Power Commission; and also an interest charge 
of $4,393 and a renewal account of $10,701. 

The freight business for the year 1930 increased slightly over that for the 
year 1929, partly due to building operations at the Ontario Agricultural College, 
but the number of passengers carried was smaller due to the reduced industrial 
activity. Earnings from special bus trips amounted to $1,000 in the four months 
the new buses were in operation. 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Operating Statistics, 1930 

Route-miles: 

Trolley 6.41 

Bus 2 . 65 

Total route-miles 9 . 06 

Track-miles trolley 8.50 

Passenger cars operated 8 

Buses operated 4 

Passenger car-miles operated 267,057 

Bus-miles operated 51 ,308 

Freight locomotive-miles 9,780 

Passenger car-hours operated 33,042 

Bus-hours operated 7,913 

Revenue pasengers carried 1,328,781 

Transfer passengers carried 268,076 

Free passengers carried 2,049 

Total passengers carried 1,598,906 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 18.17 

Freight motor-cars operated 1 

Freight motor-hours operated 2,302 

Total passenger freight and service car-miles operated 338,574 

Accidents — twenty-four of which nineteen were due to automobiles. 
Accidents per 100,000 car-miles, 1927—8.24; 1928—4.25; 1929—12.3; 1930—7.2. 



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SECTION IX 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to Properties Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission on Behalf of Municipalities 

The following explanatory statement is submitted with a view to affording 
a satisfactory understanding of the manner in which the various operations of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are conducted and financed 
and thus contributing to the interest of those concerned either directly or in- 
directly with the work of the Commission. 

The "Hydro" electrical undertaking of Ontario is an organization of a large 
number of partner municipalities co-ordinated into groups or systems for securing 
common action with respect to power supplies, through the medium of the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission which under the Power Commission Act 
functions as their trustee. The undertaking as a whole, embracing all the 
operations from the provision of the power down to its final delivery to the 
ultimate consumer, involves two distinct phases of operations. 

The first phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — either 
by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and delivery in 
wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large industrial con- 
sumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations is performed 
by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee for the munici- 
palities acting collectively in groups or "systems," and the financial statements 
relating to these collective activities of the municipalities are presented in this 
section of the Annual Report. 

The second phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical energy 
to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various municipal 
utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts, which 
usually embrace within their confines portions of more than one township, the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, but 
also — on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical 
and financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail to 
the consumers within the rural power districts.* The financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in this section of the 
report. In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility com- 
missions under the general supervision of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data relating 
to such individual electrical utilities are presented in Section X of this report. 

*For further information respecting rural power districts consult latter portion of Section 
III in this Report. 



138 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Having the foregoing distinctions respecting wholesale and retail electrical 
service in mind, the following brief notes will assist to an understanding of the 
economic structure and of the general plan of administration of the undertaking, 
and will make clearer the financial tables herein presented. The basic principle 
governing the financial operations of the undertaking is that electrical service 
be given by the Commission to the municipalities and by the municipalities to 
the ultimate consumers at cost. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various munici- 
palities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the sources of 
supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power develop- 
ments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected munici- 
palities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative use made 
of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsibility for that 
portion of property employed in providing and transmitting power for its use, 
together with such expenses — including the cost of purchased power if any — as 
are incidental to the provision and delivery of its wholesale power. The 
entire annual expenses — including appropriations for reserves, — incurred by the 
Commission in the supply of power at wholesale are thus paid out of revenues 
collected in respect of such power, through the medium of power bills rendered 
by the Commission. The municipalities are billed at an estimated interim rate 
each month during the year and credit or debit adjustment is made at the end of 
the year,* when the Commission's books are closed and the actual cost payable 
by each municipality for power received has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the whole- 
sale cost of power — besides such direct expenses as those for operation and 
maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are sums 
required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, and for obsolescence 
and contingencies. The first-mentioned reserve is for the purpose of liquidating 
the capital liabilities; consequently, as capital obligations are discharged the 
plant will progressively be freed from interest expense. The other reserves are, 
respectively, being created to provide funds for the replacing or rebuilding of 
plant as it wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace existing equipment 
with improved equipment as it becomes available through advances in science 
and invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from time to time may 
arise. 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the total 
revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission ; the balance 
of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense incurred by 
the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 

The results obtained by the annual adjustments of the Commission's 
capital investment, operating expenses and fixed charges, as they affect individual 
municipalities are shown in the tables for the respective systems. For the purpose 
of financial statement, the various systems are treated as separate units and for 

The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are 
made up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 139 

each of them similar statements and details are presented. Many of the pages 
which follow, therefore, simply repeat for each system data similar to those 
which are presented for the first system dealt with in each division of the report, 
namely, the Niagara system. In order, therefore, to possess a ready grasp of all 
the figures presented in this and other similar reports of the Commission, all 
that is necessary is to have a true understanding of the financial procedure 
followed in connection with one system and with one municipal "Hydro" utility. 
The accounts of the Hydro-Electric Power. Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and are also duly audited. 

Tabular Data 

The first tabular statement given in Section IX is a general balance sheet 
exhibiting the assets and liabilities of the undertaking and relates to the properties 
constructed or otherwise acquired and being operated by the Commission as 
trustee for the municipalities of the various systems. 

The general balance sheet is followed by groups of statements relating in 
turn to each system of the Commission. These statements, for each system, 
are similar in character and include: — 

Operating Account for the year, showing, for the system as a whole, 
the various items of operating expense and fixed charges entering into the 
cost of power as defined by the Power Commission Act, and the revenues 
collected by the Commission from the partner municipalities and other 
consumers. 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality or rural power district of the items of cost summarized in the 
Operating Account, as well as the apportionment of the capital expenditures 
listed in the balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each muni- 
cipality. It should be appreciated that the cost of power given in this table 
is the wholesale cost, — that is, the cost which the Commission receives for 
the power delivered from the main transformer stations serving the local 
utility or rural power district. In the case of rural power districts, the costs 
of power for the respective districts appear also in the "Rural Operating" 
statement, immediately following, as "Cost of power delivered"; in the case 
of municipal electrical utilities not directly administered by the Commission, 
the respective costs of power appear in Statement "B" of Section X as 
Power purchased."* 

Rural Operating statement, which shows for each rural power district 
the various items of cost, and the revenues received, in connection with the 
distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made in 
order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility to the 
actual cost of service to that municipality. These credits and charges are 
taken up and given effect to in the municipal accounts of "Hydro" utilities 
before the operating records of each year are closed. 

Reserve for Renewals, which shows the provisions made for, the 
expenditures from, and the balances to the credit of, this fund. 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, which gives similar 
information with respect to this reserve. 
*Consult footnote on previous page. 



140 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL. REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of the 
amounts paid by each municipality and rural power district as part of the 
cost of power together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 

Sinking Fund Reserve, which summarizes the provisions made with 

respect to this fund. 

Section IX also contains operating accounts of the various electric railways 
operated by the Commission, and a summary of the "Appropriations, Advances 
and Capital Expenditures" made during the year. 

All municipal "Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the creation 
of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the necessary 
reserve to protect generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the 
municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local "Hydro" 
utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts," relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have contracted 
with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this section there 
is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially referred. 

To illustrate further the foregoing explanatory comments, there is presented 
herewith a typical operating statement of an Ontario municipal electrical utility, 
covering its financial operations, both as a partner in a system of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, and as administrator of its own local distribution 
system. 

CHATHAM "HYDRO" UTILITY 

OPERATING STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1930 
REVENUE 

Revenue from Chatham "Hydro" customers for year .$236,017.22 

EXPENSES 

Representative illustration of expenses incurred by the Hydro -Electric 
Power Commission on behalf of a municipality in connection with the 
supplying of its electrical energy. These data really show — as determined 
by annual adjustment — what it costs the Commission to supply the 
municipality with its power. See "Cost of Power" statement, page 158, 
for the city of Chatham, as follows: 

Cost (proportionate share) of operation and maintenance 
expense of Niagara generating plants, transformer 
stations and transmission lines together with adminis- 
trative expenses $44,279. 18 

Interest on Chatham's proportionate share of capital 
investment in generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines 46,024.91 

Sinking Fund (proportionate share) provided in respect of 
generating plants, transformer stations and trans- 
mission lines 10,188.59 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION I4]_ 

Renewal reserve (proportionate share) provided in respect 
of generating plants, transformer stations and trans- 
mission lines $9,204.81 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserve (proportionate 
share) provided in respect of generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines — a 
reserve created to meet any unforeseen contingency 

or obsolescence expense • 16,214.49 

■ $125,911.98 

Expenses incurred by a municipality through its utility commission 
in connection with the sale of electrical energy to consumers. Consult the 
section dealing with the Municipal Accounts: 

Operation, maintenance and administrative expenses. . $66,672. 16 

Interest and fixed charges on debenture debt 22,388.00 

Depreciation charge 13,668.00 

$102,728.16 

Total expenses charged against revenue from customers of the 

Chatham system $228,640. 14 

Net surplus for the year $7,377.08 

The municipality of Chatham, situated at the western end of the Niagara 
system, 194 miles distant from the source of power, Niagara Falls, Ontario, was 
connected to the system in February, 1915. This Hydro utility complied with 
every monetary obligation imposed upon it by the Power Commission Act. 
With the close of the fifteenth year of operation, this utility's total assets are 
$840,719.33, liabilities, $295,045.49, and reserves and surplus, $545,673.84, as 
shown in the municipalities' balance sheets, in Section X, Statement "A." 

By reference to this municipality's balance sheet, it will be noted that the 
Chatham "Hydro" utility has created a sinking fund equity amounting to 
$160,923.97 in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission System. 

By reference to Statement "D" in Section X of this report it will be seen 
that under the low rate schedules prevailing throughout the Province, the rates 
in force in Chatham have resulted in average costs* to the various classes of 
service as follows: Domestic service (with an average monthly consumption per 
consumer of 100 kilowatt-hours) 1.7 cents per kilowatt-hour; commercial service 
1.6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The actual rates in force are presented in Statement 
"E" and particulars of street lighting service are given in Statement "C." 

*If proper differentiation be made by those undertaking research, between the very different 
entities of rates on the one hand and the derived quantities of average costs or revenues on the 
other, a great deal of confusion and misrepresentation will be avoided. Consult introduction 
to Statement "D" of Section X. 



M2 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statements of Assets 

POWER 
Assets 
Niagara System: 

Generating plants: 

Queenston-Chippawa development $76,847,989 74 

Ontario Power development, including water rights. . . . 22,067,034 12 
Toronto Power development, including water rights. . . 11,327,094 02 
Transmission lines: 

Right-of-way 8,100,641 52 

Steel-tower and wood-pole lines 22,173,550 18 

Transformer stations 30,781,455 66 

$171,297,765 24 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $4,839,295 08 

Rural lines 35,527 44 

4,874,822 52 

rT — $176,172,587 76 

Undertakings and Companies acquired as at January 1, 1930, from Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company, Limited, under purchase agreement 
dated April 2, 1930, and supplemental agreement dated August 14, 1930 
(see balance sheet on page 152) 21,489,434 83 

Chats Falls Power development: 

Expenditures to date 2,137,230. 18 

Thunder Bay System: 

Nipigon generating plants $14,901,532. 67 

Transmission lines 1,899,320. 70 

Transformer stations 844,942 . 94 

17,645,796.31 

Georgian Bay System: 

Generating plants $3,350,503.84 

Transmission lines 2,516,712.44 

Transformer stations 1,034,050. ll 

Distribution lines: $6,901,266.55 

Rural power districts $457,361 . 39 

Rural lines 2,807.43 

Local distribution system 57,999. 13 

518,167.95 

$7,419,434.50 
Walkerton and Saugeen properties acquired as at March 31, 

1930 521,232.46 

7,940,666.96 

Eastern Ontario System: 

Generating plants, including water rights $10,123,804. 16 

Transmission lines 3,873,463.68 

Transformer stations 2,417,900.48 

$16,415,168.32 

Rural power districts $1,070,638.33 

Local distribution svstems 2,541,771.47 

3,612,409.80 

$20,027,578.12 
Surveys and engineering re power sites: 

Ottawa river $154,731.47 

St. Lawrence river 734,873.31 

889,604.78 

Sudbury District: 20,917,182.90 

Properties, buildings, plant, equipment and water rights on 

Wahnapitae river $2,661,567.04 

Transmission line, Abitibi-Sudbury 144,939.01 

2,806,506.05 

Carried forward $249,109,404.99 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 143 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1939 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 

To Province of Ontario: 

Cash advances for Niagara and other systems. . ; $187,474,476. 18 

Less: Repayment under provisions of Power Commission 

Acts, 1926 and 1927 10,675,033 . 88 

— — — $176,799,442.30 

Grants in the hands of the Commission to apply against 
certain rural power districts in course of construction 

or extension $80,137.91 

Less: Grants payable by the Province to the Commission in 
respect of certain rural power districts completed 

or in course of construction 1,282.52 

78,855.39 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 

Province of Ontario: 

Four and three-quarter per cent debentures due 

1970, issued in purchase of Undertakings 

and Companies from Dominion Power & 

Transmission Company, Limited, as at 

January 1, 1930 $13,000,000.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1935, issued in 
purchase of Undertakings and Companies 
from Dominion Power & Transmission 
Company, Limited, as at January 1, 1930. 8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 340,095 .00 

= $2 1 ,340,095 . 00 

Four per cent debentures due 1957, issued in 
purchase of Ontario Power Company of 

Niagara Falls $8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 80,000.00 

8,080,000.00 

Six per cent debentures due 1941, issued for the 

purpose of retiring the 1921 issue of the 

Ontario Power Company of NiagaraFalls. $3,200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 67,856. 16 

3,267,856.16 

Six per cent debentures due 1940, issued in 

purchase of the Toronto Power Company, 

Limited $413,200.00 

Interest accrued thereon 10,330.00 

423,530.00 

Six per cent debentures due 1940, issued in 

purchase of certain electrical power equip- 
ment of the Toronto and York Radial 

Railway $205,800.00 

Interest accrued thereon 5,145.00 

: 210,945.00 

Five per cent debentures due 1939, issued for 

the purpose of retiring the 1924 issue of 

the Toronto Power Company, Limited. . . $4,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 75,000.00 

4,075,000.00 

Four per cent debentures due 1958, issued in 

purchase of distribution lines of Essex 

County $200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 3,333.34: 

203,333.34 

Four per cent debentures due 1958, issued in 

purchase of distribution lines in vicinity of 

Thorold $100,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 1,666.67 

101,666.67 

37,702,426.17 

Carried forward $214,580,723.86 



144 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statements of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 

Brought forward $249,109,404.99 

Patricia District: 

Ear Falls generating plant $486,645 . 08 

Excess of operating expenses and interest over revenue in 
broken period to October 31, 1930 — temporarilv carried 

forward 4,391.97 

491,037.05 

onnechere River Storage: 

Round Lake dam $23,072.93 

Golden Lake dam 11,092.81 

34,165.74 

Service Buildings and Equipment: 

Service building and equipment, Toronto $498,060.49 

Equipment of storehouse and garage, Hamilton 3,666.40 

Pole vard and equipment, Cobourg 22,117.65 

523,844.54 

Office Buildings: 

On University avenue, Toronto $525,007. 00 

On corner Elm street and Centre avenue, Toronto 160,821.95 

685,828.95 

Office Furniture and Equipment: 

At Toronto office $70,339.35 

At Electrical Inspection offices 7,501. 26 

77,840.61 

Automobiles and Trucks 19,049. 88 

Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance tools and equipment $892,887.61 

Construction material and sundry supplies 813,549. 25 

Maintenance material and supplies 580,075.35 

Stationery and office supplies 25,530.34 

2,312,042.55 

Sinking Funds: 

Emplo\ r ed to make repayments to the 
Province of Ontario under the terms 
of the Power Commission Act, 1926 
and 1927 $10,675,033.88 

Employed in retirement of bonds issued or 
assumed by the Commission and guar- 
anteed by- the Province 5,766,563.97 

$16,441,597.85 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario which stand — ■ 

(a) Deposited with Provincial Treasurer, par value, 

$1,171,000.00 $1,146,454.29 

(b) In the hands of the Commission, par value, $580,000.00 579,266. 19 
Interest accrued thereon 21,992.54 

1,747,713.02 

Insurance'Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada, par 

value, $750,000.00 $758,347.76 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par 

value, $28,000.00 28,892. 97 

Interest accrued thereon 620.08 

787,860.81 

Staff Pension Funds: 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par value, 

$1,995,000.00 $1,952,419. 29 

Invested in bonds of the Wahnapitae Power Company, 

Limited, par value, $113,400.00 118,977.67 

Interest accrued thereon , 20,734. 09 

2,092,131.05 

Carried forward - $257,880,919. 19 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 145 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TAKINGS — Continued Liabilities 

Brought forward $214,580,723.86 

Bonds and debenture stock assumed by the Commission and guar- 
anteed by the Province of Ontario: 
First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1943, of the 
Ontario Power Company of Niagara Falls: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, August 1, 1917. ..... $9,834,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission ' 1,704,000.00 

$8,130,000.00 
Interest accrued thereon 101,625.00 

$8,231,625.00 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1945, of the 

Ontario Transmission Company, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, August 1, 1917 $1,772,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 409,000.00 

$1,363,000.00 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1930. 34,075.00 

1,397,075.00 

Guaranteed 43^% debenture stock, due 1941, of 
the Toronto Power Company, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. . . .$13,558,917.81 
Less: Retired by the Commission 6,290,288.33 

$7,268,629.48 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1930. 163,544.16 

7,432'173.64 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1933, of the 

Electrical Development Company of 
Ontario, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. . . $4,335,000.00 
Less: Retired by the Commission 894,000.00 

$3,441,000.00 
Interest accrued thereon 28,675 .00 

3,469,675.00 

Other Debentures Assumed: 20,530,548.64 

In respect of purchase of lines at Streetsville: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $6,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 4,292.78 

$1,707.22 
Interest accrued thereon 42 . 68 

$1,749.90 

In respect of purchase of original Muskoka Power 

development: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $50,595.93 

Less: Retired by the Commission 26,237.44 

$24,358.49 
Interest accrued thereon 918.32 

25,276.81 

In respect of purchase of sundry rural lines: 

Amount assumed at dates of purchase $63,501.03 

Less Retired by the Commission 20,920. 23 

$42,580.80 

Interest accrued thereon 1,015.47 

■ 43,596.27 

In respect of the purchase of the Wahnapitae properties: 

Six and one-half per cent bonds, due 1944, of the Wahna- 
pitae Power Company, Limited 458,100.00 

528,722.98 

Carried forward $235,639,995.48 



146 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statements of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 
Brought forward $257,880,919. 19 

Reserve Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada, par 

value, $3,901,850.00 $3,910,190.98 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par 

value, $20,723,500.00 20,398,295.45 

(c) Invested in securities of the Commission guaranteed by 

the Province of Ontar o, par value, $3,653,205.00. . 3,622,995.57 

(d) Invested in bonds of the Temiskaming and Northern 

Ontario Railway, guaranteed by the Province of 

Ontario, par value, $240 v 000.00. . 205,511.97 

(e) Invested in debentures of Ontario municipalities, which 

debentures were received from certain municipali- 
ties upon the sale thereto of their local distribution 
systems, par value, $1,155,321.82 1,087,705.87 



Interest accrued thereon 341,550. 67 



Securities taken over by the Commission upon the transfer to it 
of the assets of Galetta Power & Milling Company, Limited, 

at the cost thereof $33,617.50 

Interest accrued thereon 397 .51 



29,566,250.51 



34,015.01 



Cash: 

In banks $307,656.41 

In banks to pay bond interest due November 1, 1930, and 

interest coupons overdue but not presented 255,663.92 

Sinking funds on deposit with trustees for bondholders. . . . 14,699. 17 

In hands of employees as advances on account of expenses . . 199,853. 22 



$777,872.72 



Less Funds of Hydro Radial Railways shown elsewhere in 

this balance sheet $121,111.98 



Accounts receivable: 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers in respect of 

construction work, supply sales, etc $367,733. 21 

Less Reserve for doubtful accounts 15,652. 89 



656,760.74 



352,080.32 



Due by municipalities and sundry customers in respect of 

power accounts $3,678,077.72 

Less Reserve for doubtful accounts 307,585 . 61 



3,370,492.11 

Sinking fund and interest accounts owing in respect of rural lines 3,864.84 

Due by Town of Renfrew for water used from Bonnechere Storage for power 

purposes 41,828.88 

Claim against Dominion Government in respect of income taxes paid for the 

thirteen months ending December 31, 1921, which should be recoverable 72,334.46 

Balances due by municipalities in respect of the costs of 
power supplied to them as provided to be paid under 
the Power Commission Act: 

Niagara system $35,585.80 

Georgian Bay system 28,893 . 04 

Eastern Ontario system 21,557.35 



86,036.19 



Carried forward $292,064,582.25 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [47 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities — Continued 

TAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward , . $235,639,995.48 

Outstanding share capital of the Electrical Development Company of Ontario, 

Limited 1, 100. 00 

Accounts payable ■: . : ' 922,017.06 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Hamilton' office: 

Current account (see balance sheet, page 152) 159,243.97 

Interest coupons due but not presented for payment 58,044. 76 

Insurance department: 

Outstanding claims and awards $786,040.98 

Surplus 105,767. 28 

891,808.26 

Reserve for staff pensions 2,101,538.33 

Balances due to municipalities in respect of amounts paid by 

them to October 31, 1930, in excess of the cost of power supplied 

to them as provided to be paid under the Power Commission 

Act: 

Niagara system $1,370,631.57 

Thunder Bay system 3,063. 71 

Georgian Bay system 51,574. 19 

Eastern Ontario system 138,486.38 

1,563,755.85 

Reserves for sinking funds: 

Niagara system $16,534,198.80 . 

Niagara rural lines ; 10,712. 28 

Thunder Bay system 563,192.80 

Georgian Bay system 593,883.09 

Georgian Bay rural lines 612 . 2;0 

Eastern Ontario system 473,502. 91 

Bonnechere storage 11.054.59 

$18,187,156.67 

Service buildings 91,471.48 

Office buildings 1 18,864. 24 

— 18,397,492.39 

Reserves for renewals: 

Niagara system $12,950,327. 76 

Niagara rural lines 3,544. 05 

Thunder Bay system 774,203.93 

Georgian Bay system 1.005,695.02 

Georgian Bay rural lines 303 . 92 

Eastern Ontario system 2,640,006.44 

Bonnechere storage 7,254. 30 

$17,381,335.42 

Service buildings 264,274.04 

Office buildings ' 95,600 51 

17,741,209.97 

Reserves for obsolescence and contingencies: 

Niagara system $13,568,525.83 

Niagara rural lines 1,723.40 

Thunder Bay system 828,595 . 58 

Georgian Bay system 288,862.02 

Georgian Bay rural lines 1 19 . 78 

Eastern Ontario system 1,010,209.01 

Bonnechere storage 925 . 27 

Sudbury district 10,582. 50 

Walkerton and Saugeen properties 305 .61 

15,709,849.00 

Balance at credit of interest account 16,883.49 

Contingent liabilities: 

In respect of contracts entered into for power 

undertakings in course of construction ... .$2,836,643. 74 

Carried forward $293,202,938.56 



148 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statements of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 
Brought forward $292,064,582. 00 

Work in progress: 

Expenditure on account of various systems chargeable upon 
completion to: 

Capital construction $61,471.36 

Operating and maintenance expenses 37,429. 27 

98,900.63 
Insurance unexpired 27,339.41 

Discount on debentures issued bv the Commission, less amounts written off: 

On debenture issue of $3,200,000 maturing 1941 $83,298.81 

On debenture issue of $4,000,000 maturing 1939 54,691. 20 

137,990.01 

Total Power Undertakings $292,328,812.30 



RADIAL RAILWAY 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 

Road and equipment $5,394,228. 57 

Material and supplies 114,516.91 

Cash in banks: 

In the general bank account of the Com- 
mission at Toronto $112,292.98 

In branch banks 10,341. 10 

Accounts receivable 67,658. 02 

190,292.10 
Insurance and expenses prepaid 8,999. 26 

Due by certain municipalities in accordance with the appor- 
tionment by the Commission of the operating deficit for 
the year ending October 31, 1930, as provided under 
sections 9 and 10 of the Hydro-Electric Railway Act. . 147,992.59 

$5,856,029.43 



Carried forward $298,184,841. 73 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 149 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $293,202,938.56 



Total Power Undertakings $293,202,938.56 



UNDERTAKINGS 

In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 
Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

Four and one-half per cent debentures, due 

1960, issued in purchase of the railway. . .$2,039,000.00 
Four and one-half per cent debentures, due 

1960, issued for the purpose of making 

extensions and betterments 61,000.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1961, issued for 

the purpose of making extensions and 

betterments 900,000.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1943, issued 

for the purpose of making extensions and 

- betterments 966,205.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1945, issued 

for the purpose of making extensions and 

betterments 750,000. 00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1945, issued 

for the purpose of making extensions arid 

betterments 100,000. 00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1946, issued 

for the purpose of making extensions and 

betterments 600,000. 00 

$5,416,205.00 

Interest accrued thereon 56,010.05 

: $5,472,215.05 

Bank of Montreal — advances (secured by hypothecation of 
$400,000 five per cent 1946 debentures of the Commission 

guaranteed by the- Province) 275,000.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $7,101.00 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 12,000.00 

Deposit to cover cost of industrial spur 1,423.51 

-— 20,524.51 

Premiums (less discount) on sale of debentures — less portion 

written off 57,037.96 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 18,352. 66 

Reserve for Sinking Fund 12,899. 25 

Contingent Liability: 

In respect of contracts entered into for work 

under construction $2,213. 76 

5,856,029.43 

Carried forward $299,058,967.99 



[50 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statements of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 
Assets 
Brought forward $298,184,841.73 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

Road and equipment $450,300. 18 

Materials and supplies 7,393. 13 

Reserve funds: 

Invested in securities of the Province of 

Ontario, par value, $25,000 $22,433.32 

Interest accrued thereon 472 .98 

22,906.30 

Cash in banks: 

In the general bank account of the Com- 
mission at Toronto $8,819.00 

In bank at Guelph 911 .30 

ccounts receivable 9,55 1 . 00 

19,281.30 

Insurance and expenses prepaid 1,158.00 

Due by the city of Guelph: 

Operating deficit for the year ending 
October 31, 1930, as per operating 
account $32,928.73 



Less Paid on account by the city 29,000. 00 



3,928.73 



504,967.64 



Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

City of Toronto — debentures held as collateral security for 
the repayment of the Hydro Radial debentures issued 
in purchase of the Toronto and York Radial — as per 
agreement covering the transfer (in January, 1927) of 
the railway to the City of Toronto $2,375,000. 00 

City of Toronto — interest accrued on $2,375,000 debentures 
issued by the Commission in purchase of the Toronto 
and York Radial Railway 59,375 . 00 



2,434,375.00 



Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 

rental revenue) down to October 31, 1930 $72,647.80 

Construction materials purchased, less amount realized on 

sale thereof 117,510.09 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest. 3 17,929. 67 



508,087.56 



Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 
rental revenue) down to October 31, 1930 — less amounts 
realized on properties sold $459,609.92 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest. 406,428. 78 



866,038.70 
$302,498,310.63 



1931 HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION I5JI 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Concluded 

UNDER TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $299,058,967.99 

In respect of the Guelph Radial Railway: 
City of Guelph— purchase price of the railway 
payable thereto, in half-yearly instalments, 

according to purchase agreement $150,000.00 

Less Eighteen instalments paid thereon 54,184.55 

$95,815.45 



Debentures issued by the Commission and guar- 
anteed by the Province of Ontario: 

Six per cent debentures, due 1931, issued for 
the purpose of making extensions and 

betterments $300,000. 00 

Interest accrued thereon payable Novem- 
ber 1, 1930 9,000.00 



309,000.00 



Instalments of principal and interest payable to the city of 
Guelph, May 1, and November 1, 1930, under the terms 
of the purchase agreement 11,700.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $1,224.05 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 1,300.00 

2,524.05 

Premiums on sale of debentures — less portion written off 1,329. 10 

Reserve — created by payment of instalments on the purchase 
price out of the revenue of the road and assessments 

against the city of Guelph 54,184.55 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 30,414.49 



504,967.64 

In respect of Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in purchase of 
the Metropolitan, Scarboro and Mimico Radial Rail- 
way divisions $2,375,000. 00 

Interest accrued thereon 59,375 . 00 

2,434,375.00 



In respect of the Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Bank of Montreal — advances (secured by hypothecation of $1,200,000 Hydro 
Radial debentures, being part of an issue of $11,360,363 guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario) 500,000. 00 



$302,498,310.63 



152 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER 
Statement of Assets and Liabilities — as at 31st October, 1930 — 

DOMINION POWER AND 

Assets 

Properties, buildings, plants, lines, equipment, franchises, water- 
rights, contracts, etc., at the cost thereof to the Com- 
mission as at 1st January, 1930 $21,000,000.00 

Net additions in the ten months ending 31st October, 1930 58,152.14 

$21,058,152.14 
Deduct: Provisions for depreciation on buses, less charges 
thereagainst, in the ten months ending 31st October, 

1930 123,066.66 

$20,935,085.48 

Current assets: 

Cash in banks and on hand „ $200,923 .68 

Cash in hands of employees 14,799 .36 

Accounts receivable 230,558 .90 

Materials and stores 216,495 .08 

Insurance deposits and prepayments 21,637 .45 

Power and light revenue accrued 38,500 .00 

722,914.47 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — Toronto Office, current 

account $499,338 .97 

Less accrued interest on Commission's bonds, charged by 

the Commission 340,095 .00 

159,243.97 



$21,817,243.92 



931 HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 153 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

of Undertakings and Companies Acquired 1st January, 1930, from 

TRANSMISSION COMPANY, LIMITED 

Liabilities 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario: 

Bonds issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province, in purchase of the Undertakings and Com- 
panies $21,000,000 .00 

Cash paid by the Commission in purchase of inventories, 

accounts receivable and cash working funds 489,434.83 

Current liabilities: 

Accounts payable $163,724 . 28 

Dominion Power Company — on adjustments 17,625 .74 

Customers' deposits 7,954 . 27 

Realty and business taxes payable and accrued 24,556.50 

Pensions awarded (approximate actuarial 

liability) $55,092.10 

Less: deposits thereagainst 54,205 . 15 

886.95 



$21,489,434.83 



Provision for accident claims 6,230.43 

Provision for outstanding tickets 11,900.00 

Reserve against accounts receivable 42,151 .82 



275,029.99 

Surplus — For period 1st January to 31st October, 1930, after 
making provision for interest on the bonds of the Com- 
mission issued in purchase of the Undertakings and Com- 
panies, but before provision for depreciation on plants and 
equipment other than on the buses 52,779 . 10 

$21,817,243.92 



154 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the period 1st January to 31st October, 

DOMINION POWER AND 

Expenditure 

Of power and light plants and utilities: 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, trans- 
mission lines, stations and distribution systems $468,615 .48 

Water rentals 176,951 .37 

Power purchased 134,734 .54 

Taxes — Realty and business 69,648 . 29 

Commercial expenses 54,215.21 

General and administrative expenses — proportion 80,028 .51 

Provision for bad debts 2,306 . 89 



Of Hamilton street railway, radial railways and bus lines — 

Cost of operating and maintaining buildings, rights-of-way, 

rolling stock, buses and other equipment $1,115,396.03 

Electric Power 167,817 . 20 

Depreciation on buses 165,222 .85 

Taxes — Realty and business 107,917 . 27 

General and administrative expenses— proportion 152,171 .98 

Provision for bad debts 2,500 .00 



$986,500.29 



Of Hamilton Terminal building- 
Wages, heating, power, light and sundry expenses $12,955 .33 

Taxes — Realty and business 10,545 . 23 

General and administrative expenses — proportion 1,886 .74 



1,711,025.33 



25,387.30 



Net loss on purchase and sale of electric appliances and merchandise 384.86 

Interest on the bonds issued by the Commission, and guaranteed by the Province 
of Ontario, in purchase of the Undertakings and Companies 

Surplus for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1930, before provision for 
depreciation on plants and equipment other than on the buses 



$2,723,297.78 


848,845.00 


$3,572,142.78 


52,779.10 


$3,624,921.88 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 155 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

1930— of Undertakings and Companies Acquired 1st January, 1930, from 

TRANSMISSION COMPANY, LIMITED 

Revenue 

From power and light plants and utilities- 
Power and light sold to customers. . $1,514,180.08 

Power supplied to Hamilton street railway and the radial 

railways. . '. 167,817 . 20 

Power and light supplied to the buildings, shops and services 

of the associated companies 6,493 . 25 

$1,688,490.53 

From Hamilton street railway, radial railways and bus lines- 
Passenger, freight and miscellaneous 1,896,699 . 15 

From Hamilton Terminal building — Rentals (including those 

charged the Commission and associated companies) 39,732.20 



$3,624,921.88 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Undertakings and Companies Acquired 1st January, 1930, from Dominion Power 

Transmission Company, Limited, under provisions of Purchase Agreement 

dated 2nd April, 1930, and Supplemental Agreement dated 14th 

August, 1930 

All the outstanding shares of the following companies: 

1. Hamilton Cataract Power, Light and Traction Company, Limited, which Company 

in turn owns all the outstanding shares of the companies following: 

(a) Hamilton Electric Light and Power Company, Limited. 

(b) Hamilton Street Railw r ay Company. 

(c) Hamilton and Dundas Street Railway Company (not operating). 

(d) Hamilton Radial Electric Railway Company (not operating). 

(e) Dundas Electric Company, Limited. 

(f) Lincoln Electric Light and Power Company, Limited. 

(g) Hamilton Electric Light and Cataract Power Company (not operating). 

2. Hamilton, Grimsby and Beamsville Electric Railway Company. 

3. Brantford and Hamilton Electric Railway Company. 

4. Hamilton Terminal Company, Limited. 

5. Western Counties Electric Company, Limited. 

6. Highway King Buses, Limited. 

7. Brantford Electric and Operating Company, Limited (not operating). 
Steam generating plant situated at Hamilton. 

Certain real estate and rights-of-way. 



[56 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA 

Operating Account for the 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the 
Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $2,644,916.07 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of 
this system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $4,185,370.37 

Rural power districts 408,419 . 77 

4,593,790.14 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $8,069,566.72 

Rural power districts 186,962 .86 

8,256,529.58 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $1,438,994.71 

Rural power districts 167,463 .56 

____ 1,606,458.27 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $2,810,053.15 

Rural power districts 83,731 .78 

2,893,784.93 

Provision for sinking funds for repayment of the cash advances by 
the Province of Ontario to the Commission and for the 
retirement of the bonds issued by and assumed by the 
Commission: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $1,245,766.22 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power 504,454 . 79 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 44,370 .01 

1,794,591.02 



$21,790,070.01 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 157 

SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1930 

Revenue for Period 

Collected from municipalities $15,009,844.09 

Power sold to private companies .;........ 5,987,225 .80 

Power supplied at cost to the Hydro Radial Railway (S.W. & A. 

and W.E. & L.S.) 114,011 .86 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 1,628,018 . 20 

-$22,739,099.95 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year $11,967.70 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue col- 
lected from customers therein and the cost of power 

supplied them in the year 23,721 .41 . 

35,689.11 



$22,774,789.06 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in 
the year $839,016 .71 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power 

districts in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto . . . 145,702 .34 



984,719.05 



Revenue $21,790,070.01 



158 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 


$ c. 
34.00 
44.00 


Alvinston 




Amherstburg. . . 




Ancaster twp. . . 




Arkona 




Aylmer 

Ayr 


38.00 


Baden 




Barton twp 




Beachville 

Belle River 


34.00 


Blenheim 




Blyth 

Bolton 


63.00 

46.00 
45.00 
30.00 


Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford. . . . 


Brantford twp. 




Bridgeport. . . . 




Brigden 

Brussels 


75.00 


Burford 

Burgessville. . . . 

Caledonia . 


40.00 
46.00 


Campbellville . . 

Cayuga 

Chatham 


70.00 
60.00 


Chippawa 




Clifford 




Clinton 




Comber 




Cottam 




Courtright 

Dash wood 


80.00 


Delaware 

Dorchester 


38.00 


Dravton 




Dresden 





$ c. 
33.00 
42.00 
48.00 
90.00 
40.00 

30.00 
75.00 
36.00 
35.00 
32.00 

30.00 
33.00 
38.00 
39.00 
60.00 

44.00 
44.00 
29.00 
27.00 
27.00 

32. 0C 
72.00 
52.00 
38.00 
43.00 

29.00 
60.00 
55.00 



30 


00 


25 


00 


56 


00 


38 


00 


45 


00 


45 


00 


75 


00 


50 


.00 


36 


.00 


38 


.00 


55 


.00 


45 


.00 



$ el 

173,149.82 

40,292.52 

35,137.36 

61,962.35 

160,066.79 

48,594.63 
29,815.30 
122,041.73 
38,036.92 
67,297.26 

12,925.72 
67,903.67 
33,040.63 
96,062.99 
36,912.20 

38,217.28 

29,838.70 

395,165.74 

2,032,096.87 

108,048.52 

16,939.88 
38,676.71 
49,195.78 
34,983.26 
17,577.61 

64,192.21 

6,958.38 

27,475.16 

976,775.56 

40,857.15 

24,629.54 
118,059.10 
46,372.98 
18,547.63 
22,990.65 

25,389.00 
7,995.42 
18,506.97 
39,146.65 
88,626.52 



709.8 


127.1 


102.5 


84.4 


606.9 


225.3 


52.3 


472.9 


155.5 


278.3 


70.5 


304.0 


128.6 


347.2 


83.8 


117.0 


100.7 


1,884.7 


9,906.6 


524.2 


78.3 


78.9 


123.8 


140.5 


57.2 



298.0 


25.9 


82.9 


4,409.5 


246.2 


54.8 


416.0 


136.7 


60.8 


44.4 


64.4 


34.3 


71.2 


86.8 


279.2 



$ 


c. 


2,161 


48 


387 


04 


312 


13 


•257 


01 


1,848 


13 


686 


08 


159 


26 


1,440 


07 


473 


53 


847 


48 


214 


69 


925 


74 


391 


61 


1,057 


29 


255 


19 


356 


29 


306 


65 


5,739 


28 


30,167 


51 


1,596 


29 


238 


44 


240 


27 


376 


99 


427 


.85 


174 


.19 


907 


.47 


78 


.87 


252 


.45 


13,427 


.78 


749 


.73 


166 


.88 


1,266 


.80 


416 


.28 


185 


.15 


135 


.21 



196.11 
104.45 
216.82 
264.32 
850.22 



$ 


c. 


6,092 


39 


935. 


47 


1,480. 


66 


2,196 


17 


5,748 


72 


1,741 


54 


1,092 


74 


3,390 


47 


1,760 


92 


1,987 


04 


612 


11 


2,068 


93 


1,235 


29 


3,747 


46 


1,234 


35 


1,367 


33 


1,481 


48 


11,718 


80 


49,678 


21 


4,410 


61 


1,124 


06 


1,793 


69 


1,593 


11 


1,123 


14 


773 


24 


1,559 


92 


215 


96 


1,202 


.83 


28,282 


.05 


1,860 


.80 


835 


.94 


3,277 


.78 


1,754 


.56 


688 


.75 


1,052 


.32 



783.23 

327.87 

773.53 

1,106.98 

3,767.80 



$ c 
8,025.56 
1,867.32 
1,602.96 
2,788.44 
7,500.30 

2,294.45 
1,361.66 
5,706.31 
1,772.60 
3,130.51 

622.34 
3,158.75 
1,550.46 
4,461.10 
1,690.60 

1,741.60 

1,387.20 

18,700.52 

96,319.77 

5,170.65 

809.84 
1,788.19 
2,260.87 
1,614.78 

809.61 

3,041.42 

312.55 

1,268.84 

46,024.91 

1,974.95 

1,140.16 
5,475.45 
2,117.10 
866.79 
1,045.60 

1,101.98 

376.81 

848.30 

1,758.30 

4,085.43 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

"provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
1,715.06 
423.33 
404.04 
825.56 
1,633.16 

462 . 80 

382.81 

1,259.75 

381.28 

675.84 

111.15 
654.53 
331.92 
1,012.06 
451.63 

429.59 

333.95 

3,663.62 

18,643.39 

994.32 

160.22 
493.07 
587.17 
349.83 
193.58 

610.78 

68.26 

313.76 

9,204.81 

336.21 

307.15 
1,264.27 
525.29 
200.82 
289.08 

284.13 
78.76 
186.87 
473.11 
983.06 



$ 


c. 


2,723 


22 


549 


32 


485 


13 


690 


62 


2,502 


60 


805 


54 


3'51 


19 


1,888 


80 


600 


98 


1,083 


79 


224 


90 


1,128 


88 


521 


25 


1,490 


02 


472 


12 


524 


86 


456.57 


6,439 


86 


34,230 


74 


1,819 


12 


286 


83 


502 


28 


656 


18 


562 


82 


247 


75 


1,063 


68 


102 


98 


381 


34 


16,214 


49 


728.90 


307 


07 


1,725 


40 


651 


36 


271 


05 


273 


38 


319 


69 


129 


40 


287 


92 


480 


84 


1,291 


77 



$ 


c. 


1,782 


.02 


419 


.45 


367 


.84 


652 


.08 


1,672 


.45 


506 


25 


313 


70 


1,272 


83 


394 


50 


702 


77 


134 


79 


708 


34 


344 


46 


1,003 


92 


387 


03 


399 


07 


319 


55 


4,119 


24 


21,168 


50 


1,125 


60 


176 


71 


413 


96 


515 


57 


360 


19 


182 


72 


668 


66 


69 


18 


286 


99 


10,188 


59 


424 


92 


261 


38 


1,234 


92 


484 


29 


193 


68 


241 


10 


252 


36 


83 


46 


189 


67 


404 


60 


926 


07 



$ c. 

413.59 
74.06 
59.73 
49.18 

353.63 

131.28 
30.47 

275.55 
90.61 

162.16 

41.08 
177.14 

74.93 
202.31 

48.83 

68.17 

58.68 

1,098.19 

5,772.44 

305.44 

45.62 
45.97 
72.14 
81.87 
33.33 

173.64 

15.09 

48.30 

2,569.35 

143.46 

31.93 

242.40 

79.65 

35.43 

25.87 

37.53 
19.99 
41.49 
50.58 
162.69 



$ 


c. 


22,913 


.32 


4,655 


.99 


4,712 


.49 


7,459.06 


21,258 


99 


6,627 


94 


3,691 


83 


15,233 


78 


5,474 


42 


8,589 


59 


1,961 


06 


8,822 


31 


4,449 


92 


12,974 


16 


4,539 


75 


4,886 


91 


4,344 


08 


51,479 


51 


255,980 


56 


15,422 


03 


2,841 


72 


5,277 


43 


6,062 


03 


4,520 


48 


2,414 


42 


8,025 


57 


862 


89 


3,754 


51 


125,911 


98 


6,218 


97 


3,050 


51 


14,487 


02 


6,028 


53 


2,441 


67 


3,062 


56 


2,975 


03 


1,120 


74 


2,544 


60 


4,538 


73 


12,067 


04 



$ 


c. 


23,526 


.54 


5,376 


.86 


4,921 


.32 


7,594 


.50 


24,273 


.95 


6,759 


99 


3,925 


60 


17,208 


86 


5,443 


34 


8,904 


61 


2,113 


75 


10,082 


86 


4,887 


41 


13,538 


82 


5,072 


02 


5,198 


68 


4,451 


09 


59,524 


30 


267,477 


50 


14,152 


03 


2,507 


22 


5,723 


79 


6,437 


13 


5,382 


62 


2,487 


48 


8,641 


96 


1,601 


66 


4,634 


11 


132,522 


02 


6,154 


75 


3,065 


98 


15,349 


41 


6,151 


46 


2,734 


10 


3,373 


10 


3,221 


20 


1,247 


49 


2,703 


96 


4,776 


72 


12,563 


24 



$ c 
613.22 
720.87 
208.83 
135.44 
3,014.96 

132.05 

233.77 

1,975.08 



315.02 

152.69 

1,260.55 

437.49 

564.66 

532.27 

311.77 

107.01 

8,044.79 

11,496.94 



446.36 

375.10 

862.14 

73.06 

616.39 

738.77 

879.60 

6,610.04 



15.47 
862.39 
122.93 
292.43 
310.54 

246.17 
126.75 
159.36 
237.99 
496.20 



31.08 



1,270.00 



334.50 



64.22 



160 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Drumbo. 
Dublin . . 
Dunda^s. 
Dunville. 
Dutton. . 



38.00 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 



33.00 



Erie Beach. . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 



58.00 



65.00 



30.00 



Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown . 
Glencoe 



60.00 



Goderich. . . 
Granton . . . 
Guelph .... 
Hagersville. 
Hamilton. . 



Harriston. 
Harrow. . . 
Hensall. . 
Hespeler. . 
Highgate . 



Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 



Lambeth. . . 

LaSalle 

Leamington. 
Listowel . . . 
London . . . . 



$ c. 
45.00 
50.00 
25.00 
35.00 
38.00 

32.00 
31.00 
35.00 
55.00 
56.00 

70.00 
35.00 
29.00 
38.00 
35.00 

35.00 
48.00 
27.00 
35.00 
58.00 

42.00 
48.00 
27.00 
31.00 
23.50 

42.00 
40.00 
50.00 
29.00 
44.00 

28.00 
28.00 
38.00 
40.00 
27.00 



42 
38 
38 
36 



26.00 



$ c. 

16,999.39 

17,040.38 

298,098.78 

164,373.26 

50,451.31 

875,881.80 

251,578.65 

103-,815.31 

28,334.82 

22,746.94 

6,447.48 

85,149.40 

594,597.56 

108,022.91 

158,982.40 

22,395.58 

96,166.78 

1,336,396.04 

244,995.57 

64,582.15 

330,870.67 

21,577.64 

1,507,759.96 

227,772.34 

11,285,973.85 

83,988.24 
83,604.65 
48,070.71 
252,215.77 
29,208.89 

70,820.06 

433,327.41 

49,899.47 

113,630.36 

3,160,548.90 

26,773.72 

64,279.70 

267,169.67 

218,981.37 

5,536,853.41 



59.4 

40.7 

1,605.1 

680.7 

209.6 

3,839.6 

1,035.5 

412.7 

79.3 

52.9 

13.8 

342.4 

2,776.3 

391.4 

658.7 

106.5 

285.9 

6,591.3 

922.6 

155.8 



1,032 

62 

7,961 

1,001 

61,535 

293 

302 

141 

1,187 

92 



319.2 

2,137.4 

174.4 

429.1 

15,623.7 

97.1 

257.3 

964.3 

832.3 

28,184.5 



$ 


c. 


180 


88 


123 


94 


4,887 


84 


2,072 


86 


638 


27 


11,692 


32 


3,153 


30 


1,256 


75 


241 


48 


161 


09 


42 


02 


1,042 


67 


8,454 


37 


1,191 


89 


2,005 


87 


324 


31 


870 


62 


20,071 


78 


2,809 


50 


474 


44 


3,142 


94 


191 


24 


24,244 


31 


3,048 


24 


187,385 


96 


892 


85 


921 


47 


429 


37 


3,615 


86 


282 


90 


972 


03 


6,508 


80 


531 


08 


1,306 


69 


47,577 


18 


295 


69 


783 


53 


2,936 


48 


2,534 


51 


85,827 


25 



$ 


c. 


1,316 


28 


799 


72 


6,698 


95 


6,386 


60 


2,221 


34 


24,480 


02 


6,252 


07 


5,286 


93 


1,061 


73 


984 


28 


286 


34 


2,735 


87 


15,094 


98 


3,049 


22 


7,929 


04 


1,041 


75 


3,900 


43 


34,918 


81 


8,569 


50 


2,853 


85 


9,418 


18 


966 


09 


43,011 


99 


5,059 


69 


236,348.47 


3,603 


46 


2,538 


36 


1,508 


83 


7,485 


38 


1,290 


28 


3,084 


40 


11,723 


95 


1,202 


34 


3,406 


91 


77,236 


63 


1,106 


07 


1,892 


50 


7,677 


88 


8,208 


83 


127,259.97 



$ c. 

776.88 

776.31 

14,250.40 

7,890.80 

2,361.95 

41,536.47 

11,710.10 

4,807.15 

1,294.93 

1,037.77 

294.59 

■ 3,993.35 

28,336.45 

5,021.05 

7,424.98 

1,075.20 

4,460.28 

63,387.07 

11,362.82 

3,003.21 

15,247.06 

988.79 

71,844.41 

10,737.60 

544,453.87 

4,052.40 
3,719.51 
2,216.93 
11,957.78 
1,345.91 

2,941.76 

20,542.82 

2,331.15 

5,270.25 

150,212.26 

1,247.21 

3,043.09 

12,443.40 

10,018.73 

263,690.25 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost, in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

180.21 

206.03 
2,602.49 
1,754.14 

503.75 

8,278.58 

2,496.31 

1,051.03 

330.07 

273.73 

79.49 

841.44 

5,535.31 

1,150.33 

1,578.13 

216.88 

1,090.40 

12,167.80 

2,562.11 

792.92 

3,706.16 

248.13 

13,115.23 

2,240.90 
97,080.00 

956.75 
802.06 
551.75 
2,363.53 
322.99 

556.05 
3,940.52 

543.67 

1,146.88 

28,673.79 

285.07 

638.62 

2,761.77 

2,193.37 

49,225.35 



$ c. 

249.45 

247.69 
5,158.01 
2,373.97 

812.47 

14,399.20 

4,000.88 

1,606.44 

392.09 

289.55 

80.69 
1,362.26 
9,902.99 
1,603.49 
2,461.81 

347.99 

1,389.96 

22,641.09 

3,682.61 

849.35 

4,556.59 

290.18 

25,981.36 

3,681.63 

196,346.16 

1,284.40 
1,230.57 

651.41 
4,178.84 

424.22 

1,048.06 

7,222.21 

718.05 

1,774.70 

53,938.34 

400 . 98 

1,026.46 

4,034.92 

3,366.08 

94,809.02 



$ c. 

174.96 

178.63 
3,119.07 
1,753.85 

525.81 

9,139.10 

2,602.00 

1,073.91 

296.63 

236.88 

. 67.48 
887.42 
6,199.27 
1,129.07 
1,644.27 

233.99 

1,011.19 

13,929.25 

2,549.94 

688.31 

3,463.64 

225.78 

15,690.52 

2,378.93 

117,686.31 

916.50 
825.29 
503.15 
2,629.73 
305 . 26 

636.81 
4,515.97 

522.04 

1,176.98 

32,947.80 

279.88 

671.30 

2,774.38 

2,234.80 

57,709.47 



$ c. 

34.61 

23.72 

935.27 

396.63 

. 122.13 

2,237.28 

603.37 

240.47 

46.21 

30.82 

8.04 

199.51 

1,617.71 

228.06 

383.82 

62.06 

166.59 

3,840.66 

537.59 

90.78 

601.39 

36.59 

4,639.06 

583.27 
35,855.63 

170.84 
176.32 

82.16 
691.88 

54.13 

185.99 

1,245.43 

101.62 

250.03 

9,103.72 

56.58 

149.93 

561.88 

484.97 

16,422.76 



$ c. 

2,913.27 

2,356.04 

37,652.03 

22,628.85 

7,185.72 

111,762.97 

30,818.03 

15,322.68 

3,663.14 

3,014.12 

858.65 
11,062.52 
75,141.08 
13,373.11 
23,427.92 

3,302.18 

12,889.47 

170,956.46 

32,074.07 

8,752.86 

40,135.96 

2,946.80 

198,526.88 

27,730.26 

1,415,156.40 

11,877.20 
10,213.58 

5,943.60 
32,923.00 

4,025.69 

9,425.10 

55,699.70 

5,949.95 

14,332.44 

399,689.72 

3,671.48 

8,205.43 

33,190.71 

29,041.29 

694,944.07 



$ c. 

2,673.35 

2,034.96 

40,733.97 

24,229.08 

7,963.17 

123,479.69 

32,101.50 

14,443.68 

4,359.18 

2,975.19 

959.34 
11,984.50 
81,022.71 
14,872.21 
23,055.04 



3,727 

13,721 

186,443 

32,292 

9,089 



42,082.07 

3,014.10 

214,959.20 

31,031.27 

1,447,815.18 

12,315.37 
12,105.30 

7,049.13 
36,317.86 

4,086.09 

8,937.29 
59,845.96 

6,626.55 

17,163.96 

421,840.91 

4,078.20 

9,776.73 

36,643.56 

29,962.50 

732,796.51 



3,081.94 
1,600.23 

777.45 

11,716.72 
1,283.47 



696.04 



100.69 

921.98 

5,881.63 

1,499.10 



424.99 
831.57 
15,487.08 
218.10 
336.90 

1,946.11 
67.30 

16,432.32 

3,301.01 

32,658.78 

438.17 

1,891.72 

1,105.53 

3,394.86 

60.40 



4,146.26 

676.60 

2,831.52 

22,151.19 

406.72 
1,571.30 

3,452.85 

921.21 

37,852.44 



$ c. 
239.92 
321.08 



879.00 



38.93 



372.88 



487.81 



62 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



London Ry. Com 
London twp. . . . 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 



Merlin. . . . 
Merritton. 

Milton 

Milverton. 
Mimico. . . 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg . 



New Toronto. . . 
Niagara Falls. . . 
Niagara on Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 



Otterville. . 
Palmerston, 

Paris 

Parkhill.... 
Petrolia 



Petrolia W. W. 

Plattsville 

Point Edward . 
Port Colborne. 
Port Credit . . . 



Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover. . . 
Port Rowan . . . 
Port Stanley . . 
Preston 



Princeton 

Queenston .... 
Richmond Hill 
Ridgetown. . . . 
Riverside 



$ c. 

15.00+ 

37.00 



50.00 



32.00 



27.00 



52.00 



90.00 
42.00 



$ c. 
kw. hr. 
35.00 
37.00 
40.00 
45.00 

47.00 
22.00 
31.00 
33.00 
26.00 

33.00 
60.00 
45.00 
52.00 
33.00 

29.00 
19.00 
28.00 
34.00 
42.00 

43.00 
38.00 
28.00 
62.00 
40.00 

48.00 
60.00 
40.00 
28.00 
32.00 

30.00 
42.00 
80.00 
40.00 
27.00 

55.00 
29.00 
38.00 
38.00 
33.00 



$ c. 

329,399.56 
60,746.57 
40,739.42 
23,783.98 
57,329.17 

46,685.59 
360,520.80 
230,411.12 

90,366.94 
356,204.47 

104,983.93 
20,535.82 
20,408.75 
13,328.66 

113,591.58 

1,101,820.79 

1,411,813.71 

80,534.19 

74,012.07 

54,541.20 

22,621.83 
126,283.75 
260,984.13 

64,592.78 
219,534.48 

42,240.63 

21,522.20 

151,701.48 

321,641.09 

102,934.83 

94,766.24 
80,764.98 
38,324.38 
93,151.88 
670,031.05 

28,263.74 

17,489.58 

56,230.43 

112,948.32 

291,930.55 



1,347.1 

253.1 

164.8 

82.9 

206.5 

148.9 
2,251.1 
1,009.1 

349.1 
1,834.9 



437.9 
44.3 
77.4 
36.8 

439.4 



5,113.6 

9,534.1 

461.8 

314.6 

165.8 

81.9 

452.6 

1,270.1 

142.0 

771,9 

122.7 

54.3 

615.2 

1,449.7 

472.3 

445.9 

270.1 

64.0 

321.6 

3,365.8 

82.4 

89.9 

226.2 

421.9 

1,154.0 



$ c. 
4,102.18 
770.74 
501.85 
252.45 
628.83 

453.43 
6,855.03 
3,072.90 
1,063.08 
5,587.62 

1,333.49 
134.90 
235.70 
112.06 

1,338.06 

15,571.90 

29,033.17 

1,406.27 

958.02 

504.89 

249.40 

1,378.25 

3,867.70 

432.42 

2,350.58 

373.65 

'165.35 

1,873.40 

4,414.62 

1,438.24 

1,357.85 

822.51 

194.89 

979.33 

10,249.51 

250.92 

273.76 

688.82 

1,284.77 

3,514.15 



$ 


c. 


12,639 


64 


2,016 


80 


1,463 


66 


821 


04 


2,699 


69 


1,537 


56 


9,570.09 


7,994 


46 


3,140.07 


9,533 


92 


3,105 


44 


769 


67 


973 


40 


731 


36 


3,228 


33 


29,848 


45 


31,083 


93 


3,307 


08 


2,579.37 


1,885 


46 


992 


.53 


5,044 


.33 


7,774 


.92 


2,273 


.19 


7,687 


.97 


1,225 


.00 


1,430 


.94 


7,450 


05 


13,715 


.19 


3,573 


60 


2,684 


02 


2,588 


08 


1,148 


37 


3,382 


05 


18,176 


18 


2,097 


06 


929 


01 


2,632 


33 


4,398 


24 


6,660 


57 



$ c. 
15,327.51 
2,881.44 
1,892.19 
1,087.90 
2,687.53 

2,164.93 
17,722.54 
10,763.87 

4,139.24 
17,018.44 

4,916.78 
921.35 
954.46 
624.16 

5,279.13 

52,128.71 

69,312.62 

3,898.62 

3,448.76 

2,491.93 

1,052.75 
5,754.76 

12,338.49 
2,945.04 

10,365.32 

1,741.23 

967.52 

7,136.53 

13,326.91 

4,876.88 

4,217.61 
3,759.89 
1,747.47 
4,306.02 
31,825.55 

1,290.79 

836.47 

2,655.68 

5,267.39 

13,729.33 



93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
3,314.82 
607.43 
412.88 
260.35 
514.15 

516.35 
2,851.10 
2,244.04 

918.29 
3,106.42 

1,041.48 
249.81 
213.23 
158.41 

1,177.15 

10,294.11 

10,517.94 

691.97 

733.36 

609.83 

241.24 
1,299.36 
2,397.20 

798.46 
2,323.39 

479.47 

254.47 

1,502.73 

2,525.37 

975.27 

814.59 

888.79 

499.78 

1,011.01 

6,026.19 

320.22 

161.88 

526.52 

1,174.09 

2,910.14 



$ c. 
5,493.51 
969.22 
642.38 
345.58 
798.28 

691.39 
'6,383.35 
3,595.89 
1,430.27 
5,999.38 

1,670.58 
248.90 
313.48 
189.81 

1,768.90 

18,370.76 

25,750.44 

1,341.91 

1,173.66 

824.85 

335.80 
1,888.38 
4,399.22 

791.46 
3,415.03 

624.03 

278.25 
2,468.99 
4,759.93 
1,712.19 

1,446.00 

1,179.36 

445 . 63 

1,386.16 

11,467.89 



386.83 

290.67 

843.13 

1,767.83 



4,685.53 



$ c. 
3,433.63 
634.33 
425.23 
249.50 
559.58 

488.34 
3,753.62 
2,403.81 

936.18 
3,709.73 

1,096.82 
212.36 
213.27 
142.30 

1,186.87 

11,487.63 

14,698.75 

840.09 

772.36 

570.61 

236.40 
1,290.12 
2,718.85 

677.17 
2,294.48 

442.06 

222.93 

1,583.69 

2,892.18 

1,072.41 

918.92 
844.25 
403 . 04 
973.93 
6,981.45 

292.00 

182.62 

587.22 

1,180.79 

3,043.02 



$ c. 

784.94 

147.48 
96.03 
48.30 

120.32 

86.76 

1,311.69 

587.99 

203.42 

1,069.17 

255.16 
25.81 
45.10 
21.44 

256.03 

2,979.63 

5,555.39 

269.08 

183.31 

96.61 

47.72 
263.72 
740.07 

82.74 
449.78 

71.50 

31.64 

358.47 

844.72 

275.20 

259.82 

157.38 

37.29 

187.39 

1,961.21 

48.01 

52.38 

131.80 

245 . 84 

672.42 



$ 


c. 


45,096 


23 


8,027 


44 


5,434 


22 


3,065 


12 


8,008 


38 


5,938 


76 


48,447 


42 


30,662 


96 


11,830 


55 


46,024 


68 


13,419 


75 


2,562 


80 


2,948 


64 


1,979.54 


14,234.47 


140,681 


19 


185,952 


24 


11,755 


02 


9,848 


84 


6,984 


18 


3,155 


84 


16,918 


92 


34,236.45 


8,000.48 


28,886 


55 


4,956 


94 


3,351 


10 


22,373 


86 


42,478 


92 


13,923 


79 


11,698 


81 


10,240 


26 


4,476 


47 


12,225 


89 


86,687 


98 


4,685 


83 


2,726 


79 


8,065 


50 


15.318 


95 


35,215 


16 



$ 

45,377 
8,953 
6,097 
3,315 
9,453 



6,996.97 
49,525.08 
31,462.88 
11,520.93 
48,061.25 

14,450.31 
2,659.41 
3,482.59 
1,911.84 

14,499.35 

148,293.01 

181,146.91 

12,931.03 

10,697.77 

6,962.16 

3,520.59 
17,198.70 
35,668.58 

8,803.44 
30,874.29 

5,973,40 

3,259.00 

24,607.95 

40,592.49 

15,114.38 

13,378.25 
11,342.80 
5,230.15 
12,919.15 
91,063.87 

4,531.06 

2,608.27 

8,595.87 

16,032.80 

38,081.95 



$ c. 
281.21 
925.89 
663 . 66 
250.30 
1,445.02 

1,058.21 

1,077.66 

799.92 



2,036.57 

1,030.56 

96.61 

533.95 



264.88 
7,611.82 



1,176.01 
848 . 93 



364.75 
279.78 

1,432.13 
802.96 

1,987.74 

1,016.46 
'2,234.09 



1,190.59 

1,679.44 

1,102.54 

753 . 68 

693 . 26 

4,375.89 



530.37 

713.85 

2,866.79 



309.62 



67.70 



4,805.33 
"22' 02 



92.10 
1,886.43 



154.77 
118.52 



164 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. . 
St. Clair Beach 
St. George 



St. Jacobs. . 
St. Marys.. 
St. Thomas 
Sandwich . . 
Sarnia 



Scarboro twp. 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield . . . 
Stamford twp 



Stouffville 
Stratford . 
Strathroy. 
Sutton . . . 
Tavistock. 



Tecumseh. . . 
Thamesford. 
Thamesville. 
Thedford . . . 
Thorndale . . 



Thorold .... 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg. 
Toronto .... 
Toronto twp 



Walkerville . 
Wallaceburg. 
Wardsville. . 
Waterdown . 
Waterford . . 



Waterloo. . 
Watford . . . 
Welland... 
Wellesley . . 
West Lome 



42.00 



35.00 



50.00 



70.00 



33.00 



32.00 



$ c. 
45.00 
45.00 
21.50 
38.00 
40.00 

33.00 
34.00 
28.00 
30.00 
34.00 

34.00 
35.00 
31.00 
46.00 
21.00 

47.00 
30.00 
34.00 
55.00 
34.00 

35.00 
40.00 
40.00 
68.00 
62.00 

24.00 
38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 

28.00 
35.00 
65.00 
31.00 
32.00 

27.00 
55.00 
23.00 
45.00 
38.00 



$ c. 

29,256.02 
35,041.52 
1,398,663.38 
22,800.36 
38,588.34 



49,490 
315,872, 

1,090,744 
856,980 

1,646,960 



572,594.77 
119,858.68 
276,028.95 
33,439.73 
232,914.47 

48,971.97 

1,560,005.45 

217,982.14 

49,268.80 

116,264.47 

100,058.69 
38,955.61 
51,323.57 
28,239.45 
21,447.05 

307,054.51 
129,354.24 
183,331.75 
50,259,779.43 
294,214.89 



1,853,053.90 

510,844.71 

12,197.23 

50,454.02 

89,486.88 

576,955.67 
66,106.68 

618,606.19 
39,009.45 
80,978.29 



95.8 

124.2 

8,592.2 



82 
138 



9 

4 

209.1 
1,312.5 
5,416.4 
3,570.4 
6,483.0 

2,341.2 

462.0 

1,243.0 

95.1 

1,571.2 

145.7 
7,302.4 
903.3 
146.3 
453.5 



370.6 

139.9 

190.6 

55.0 

47.2 

1,799.3 

493.3 

768.6 

246,766.0 

1,260.4 



8,549.3 

1,896.7 

27.6 

227.4 

382.9 

2,788.4 
166.6 

3,873.6 
112.2 
318.3 



$ c. 
291.73 
378.21 
26,164.92 
252.45 
421.45 

636.75 

3,996.82 

16,493.98 

10,872.56 

19,741.99 

7,129.41 
1,406.88 
3,785.18 
289.60 
4,784.61 

443.68 

22,237.22 

2,750.72 

445.51 

1,381.00 

1,128.55 
426.02 
580.41 
167.49 
143.73 

5,479.22 
1,502.19 
2,340.54 
751,450.14 
3,838.17 

26,034.27 

5,775.82 

84.05 

692.48 

1,166.00 

8,491.22 

507.33 

11,795.86 

341.67 

969.28 



$ 


c. 


1,397. 


95 


2,009 


55 


34,972 


72 


613 


76 


1,245 


47 


1,356 


63 


12,353 


40 


29,307 


27 


22,939 


18 


45,250 


78 


12,283 


39 


3,408 


19 


7,933 


78 


955 


10 


6,022 


42 


1,580 


72 


44,167 


27 


6,599 


74 


3,636 


26 


3,724 


08 


2,432 


90 


1,459 


63 


2,401 


15 


1,124 


84 


1,089 


73 


8,578 


97 


4,594 


93 


5,833 


85 


1,030,035 


00 


9,154 


34 


39,773 


31 


14,361 


14 


588 


11 


1,365 


84 


2,835 


97 


14,604 


.01 


2,313 


.53 


18,142 


.18 


1,100 


81 


3,695 


.76 



$ c. 
1,334.47 
1,628.44 
68,061.77 
1,065.03 
1,794.61 

2,315.34 
14,782.62 
51,652.72 
40,468.96 
77,151.36 

27,056.49 
5,533.80 

13,087.20 
1,539 

11,474 



19 

75 



2,269.87 

73,885.81 

10,222.29 

2,284.21 

5,438.53 

4,688.09 
1,802.68 
2,344.04 
1,284.18 
964.14 

14,972.93 

6,044.63 

8,563.43 

2,392,660.09 

13,428.77 

87,814.25 

23,798.89 

550.27 

2,371.26 

4,214.50 

27,009.82 
3,036.00 

30,095.34 
1,780.36 
3,771.87 



93! 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ 


c. 


319 


18 


375 


68 


11,221 


26 


236 


48 


413 


46 


484 


25 


3,078.04 


9,822 


61 


8,324 


78 


16,573 


12 


5,308 


53 


1,235 


24 


2,655 


47 


386 


79 


1,737 


94 


531 


70 


14,507 


11 


2,185 


28 


534 


04 


1,191 


64 


1,027 


81 


416 


05 


517 


11 


355 


85 


263 


71 


2,561 


58 


1,330 


96 


1,829 


63 


408,139 


42 


2,729 


82 


16,975 


27 


5,319 


79 


146 


48 


489 


96 


884 


86 


5,212 


37 


785 


87 


4,948 


72 


450 


64 


830.42 



$ 


c. 


429 


42 


518 


65 


24,504 


40 


351 


91 


586 


66 


. 803 


91 


5,200 


77 


18,582 


69 


13,803 


12 


26,338 


92 


8,874 


50 


1,829 


78 


4,460 


23 


451 


61 


4,241 


00 


651 


55 


26,317 


50 


3,346 


79 


649 


66 


1,852 


49 


1,556 


29 


584 


85 


790 


20 


345 


25 


264 


09 


5,383 


35 


2,050 


42 


2,806 


71 


807,241 


66 


4,666 


59 


30,632 


95 


7,889 


72 


155 


39 


823 


80 


1,470 


.26 


9,679 


03 


904 


79 


10,970 


.90 


528.05 


1,262 


.94 



$ c. 
302.08 
365.76 
14,565.09 
237.86 
403.15 

511.51 
3,300.07 

11,344.98 
$,938.23 

17,206.57 

5,978.83 

1,252.96 

2,878.06 

349 . 65 

2,425.57 

513.41 

16,282.29 

2,276.12 

515.64 
1,215.26 

1,042.70 
407.00 
524.10 
297.09 
223.89 

3,198.71 
1,351.26 
1,913.59 
523,902.87 
2,953.67 

19,325.78 

5,337.54 

126.15 

527.01 

933.50 

5,946.87 
694.87 

6,447.02 
408 . 40 
844 . 44 



$ c. 
55.82 
72.37 
5,006.56 
48.30 
80.65 

121.84 

764.78 

3,156.08 

2,080.42 

3,777.58 

1,364.19 

269.20 

724.28 

55.41 

915.52 

84.90 

4,255.01 

526.34 

85.25 
264.25 

215.94 
81.52 

111.06 
32.05 
27.50 

1,048.43 

287.44 

447 . 85 

143,787.27 

734.42 

4,981.56 

1,105.18 

16.08 

132.50 

223.11 

1,624.76 
97.08 

2,257.10 
65.38 

185.47 



$ 


c. 


4,130 


65 


5,348 


66 


184,496 


72 


2,805 


79 


4,945 


45 


6,230 


23 


43,476 


50 


140,360 


33 


107,427 


25 


206,040 


32 


67,995 


34 


14,936.05 


35,524 


20 


4,027 


35 


31,601 


81 


6,075 


83 


201,652 


21 


27,907 


28 


8,150 


57 


15,067 


25 


12,092 


28 


5,177 


75 


7,268 


07 


3,606 


75 


2,976 


79 


41,223 


19 


17,161 


83 


23,735 


60 


6,057,216.45 


37,505 


78 


225,537 


39 


63,588 


08 


1,666 


53 


6,402 


85 


11,728 


20 


72,568.08 


8,339 


47 


84,657 


12 


4,675 


31 


11,560 


18 



$ c. 
4,309.48 
5,588.23 
184,731.67 
3,151.44 
5,580.98 

6,901.33 

44,625.82 

151,659.12 

107,112.00 

220,422.95 

80,008.96 
16,168.45 
38,533.50 
4,372.63 
32,995.34 

6,923.21 

219,070.70 

30,711.88 

8,046.01 

15,418.95 

12,970.07 
5,594.62 
7,622.62 

3,757.85 
2,924.81 

43,183.18 
18,747.18 
25,363.16 
6,440,591.27 
40,545.26 

239,379.09 

66,383.26 

1,796.12 

7,087.70 

12,253.31 

75,287.46 
9,162.06 

89,092.90 
5,050.47 

12,093.46 



$ c. 
178.83 
239.57 
234.95 
345 . 65 
635.53 

671.10 

1,149.32 

11,298.79 



14,382.63 

12,013.62 

1,232.40 

3,009.30 

345.28 

1,393.53 

847.38 

17,418.49 

2,804.60 



351.70 

877.79 
416.87 
354.55 
151.10 



1,959.99 
1,585.35 
1,627.56 
383,374.82 
3,039.48 

13,841.70 

2,795.18 

129.59 

684 . 85 

525.11 

2,719.38 
822.59 

4,435.78 
375.16 
533.28 



315.25 



104.56 



51.98 



66 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Weston 

Wheatley. . . 
Windsor. . . . 
Woodbridge . 
Woodstock . , 



Wyoming 

York East twp. 
York North twp 
Zurich 



35.00 



$ c. 
28.00 
45.00 
28.00 
36.00 
27.00 

54.00 
33.00 
32.00 
62.00 



Sandwich, Windsor and Am 
herstburg Railway 

Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore 
Railway 

Toronto Transportation Comm, 

North York Radial Railway. . . 

Rural Power District 

Acton R.P.D. — Esquesingtwp 
Ailsa Craig R.P.D — Lobotwp 
Alvinston R. P. D. — Brooke 

twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — An 
derdon, Maiden, Colchester 
N., and Colchester S. twps 
Aylmer R.P.D. — Dorchester 
S., Malahide, Yarmouth 
Bayham, Dorchster N., and 
Dereham twps 



Dumfries N., 
and Blenheim 



Ayr R.P.D. - 

Dumfries S 

twps 

Baden R.P.D.— Wilmot, Zorra 
E., Easthope S., Easthope N., 
Wellesley, Waterloo, Blen- 
heim twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Grimsby 
N., Grimsby S., Caistor, 
Gainsboro, Clinton, Louth, 
Pelham and Wainfleet twps. 

Belle River R.P.D.— Maid- 
stone and Rochester twps. . . 

Blenheim R.P.D.— Raleigh 
and Harwich twps 



Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, 
Yaughan, Markham, Whit- 
church and York N. twps. . . 



$ c. 

585,459.25 

44,842.46 

5,496,610.43 

66,140.20 

944.392.28 


2,944.5 

130.4 

25,371.4 

256.8 

4,933.8 


21,630.42 
863,593.63 
369,306.06 

41,950.89 


53.8 
4,211.8 
1,597.2 

88.3 


778,198.38 


3,508.7 


180,284.86 

360,754.00 

42,256.73 


542.7 

1,418.5 

187.5 


487.88 
23.34 


2.0 
0.1 


880.97 


1.2 


130,586.91 


495.3 


51,973.85 


192.2 


4,838.43 


20.8 


51,675.18 


210.9 


185,323.66 


775.4 


59,421.25 


235.1 


30,019.66 


108.5 


131,274.89 


557.2 



$ c. 
8,966.57 

397.09 
77,260.81 

782.01 
15,024.37 

163.83 

12,825.74 

4,863.78 

268.89 



10,684.67 

1,652.63 

4,319.61 

570.97 



6.09 
0.30 

3.65 
1,508.29 

585.28 

63.34 

642 . 23 

2,361.25 
715.93 
330.40 



$ c. 

15,370.19 

1,506.93 

114,864.84 

1,911.05 

24,392.82 

893.03 

40,757.42 

12,074.60 

1,466.52 



16,882.15 

3,826.69 

16,649.82 

1,504.69 



17.70 
0.77 

30.40 



4,357.74 

1,572.57 

212.30 

1,478.78 

7,651.03 

1,687.20 

867.32 



1,696.78 5,490.12 6,217.21 



$ c. 

27,868.26 

2,177.91 

260,480.14 

2,999.04 

45,100.48 

985.53 

41,440.71 

17,542.43 

1,824.95 



37,062.94 

7,671.99 

16,512.15 

2,023.07 



22.71 
1.46 

40.08 



6,117.58 
2,426.30 

228.37 

2,436.83 

8,750.47 
2,785.33 
1,407.19 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ 

5.193 

541 

50,335 

651 

8,257 


c. 
.65 
90 
50 
85 
98 


256 
7,052 
3,326 

496 


71 

52 
77 
68 


7,232 


17 


1,757 

3,543 

369 


97 

84 

75 


4 



83 
23 


11 


74 


1,332 


17 


546 


36 


47 


41 


522 


18 


1,893 


98 


591 


83 


316 


27 


1.188 


39 



$ c 

9,718.85 

654.18 

90,863.91 

1,021.15 

16,237.58 

289.91 

13,841.20 

5,792.41 

' 495.88 



12,764.79 

2,292.97 

5,392.52 

660.00 



7.67 
0.40 

9.83 



2,041.98 

793.97 

77.80 

830.00 

2,812.12 
945.17 
465.64 



$ c 
6,099.60 

493 . 43 
57,323.26 

671.60 
9,836.02 

226.45 
9,002.62 
3,844.94 

421.21 



8,117.77 

1,704.43 

3,764.83 

439.93 



5.02 
0.33 

9.27 



1,364.43 

541.43 

50.26 

539.61 

1,933.12 
619.22 
313.72 



$ c 

1,715.72 

75.98 

14,783.60 

149.63 

2,874.88 

31.35 

2,454.16 

930.67 

51.45 



2,044.47 

316.22 
826.54 
109.25 



1.17 
0.06 

0.70 

288.60 

111.99 

12.13 

122.88 

451.82 

136.99 

63.22 



1.188.39 2.014.07 1.370 28 324.67 18,301.52 18,301.52 



$ c 

74,932.84 

5,847.42 

665,912.06 

8,186.33 

121,724.13 

2,846.81 

127,374.37 

48,375.60 

5,025.58 



94,788.96 

19,222.90 

51,009.31 

5,677.66 



65.19 
3.55 

105.67 



17,010.79 

6,577.90 

691.61 

6,572.51 

25,853.79 
7,481.67 
3.763.76 



$ 

82,445 
5,865 

712,882 
9,243 

133,212 


c. 

.74 
.72 
.07 
.15 
00 


2,903 

140,422 

51,111 

5,476 


40 
00 
15 
63 


94,788 


96 


19,222 

51,358 

6,186 


90 
74 
62 


65 
3 


19 

55 


105 


67 


17,010 


79 


6,577 


90 


691 


61 


6,572 


51 


25,853 


79 


7,481 


67 


3,763 


76 


18,301 


52 



$ c 

7,512.90 

18.30 

46,970.01 

1,056.82 

11,487.87 

56.59 
13,047.63 

2,735.55 
451.05 



349.43 
508.96 



see page 



17' 



68 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 





Share of 

capital 

cost of 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 

charges 

are 
payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share 


:>f operating 


Rural Power Districts 


Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 


Bothwell R.P.D.— Ekfrid, Zone, Orford, 
Aldborough and Mosa twps 


$ c. 
32,757.79 
21,059.55 

76,893.65 
12,979.68 

21,413.24 

35,383.18 
89,922.59 
16,943.85 
26,805.93 

49,120.30 

73,834.86 

2,714.18 

24,696.03 

78,146.89 

887.47 

23,180.75 

6,495.49 

16,697.61 

48,745.03 
65,220.83 


108.7 
97.5 

358.0 
26.7 

86.0 

155.5 

400.1 

99.1 

83.3 

210.7 

288.4 

8.9 

72.0 

390.8 

4.0 

92.4 

25.5 
66.5 

195.8 
203.2 


$ c. 
331.01 
296.91 

1,090.17 
81.31 

261.89 

473.53 

1,218.38 

301.78 

253.66 

641.62 

878.23 

27.10 

219.26 

1,190.07 
12.18 

281.37 
77.65 

202.51 

596.25 
618.78 


$ c. 

1,336.03 

985.43 

3,210.34 
561.93 

649 . 1 1 

1,116.25 

2,617.02 

752.79 

935.09 

1,553.03 

2,462.88 

92.10 

1,572.69 

1,665.10 

47.55 
998.62 
217.59 
843.12 

1,245.72 
1,810.26 


$ c. 
1,559.82 


Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and 
Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Brantford, Burford, Blen- 
heim, Dumfries S., Onondaga and Oak- 
land twps 


1,005.54 
3,664.82 


Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra 
twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Burford, Brantford, 
Oakland, Townsend and Windham 
twps 


604.15 
999.60 


Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Seneca, 
Glanford, Oneida, Binbrook, Caistor, 
Grimsby S. and Barton twps 


1,681.45 


Chatham R.P.D.— Dover E., Chatham, 
Raleigh and Harwich twps 


4,269.69 


Chippawa R.P.D.— Willoughby, and 
Bertie twps 


810.18 


Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Stanley, 
Tuckersmith and Hay twps 


1,253.41 


Delaware R.P.D. — Delaware, West- 
minister, Caradoc, Ekfrid, Lobo and 
London twps 


2,316.33 


Dorchester R.P.D. — London, Nissouri 
W., Nissouri E., Oxford N., Dorchester 
N., Dorchester S., Westminster and 
Yarmouth twps 


3,399.97 


Dresden R.P.D. — Camden and Chatham 
Gore twps 


127.36 


Drumbo R.P.D.— Blenheim, Burford 
and Blandford twps 


1,125.75 


Dundas R.P.D. — Flamboro W., Beverly, 
Ancaster, Flamboro E. and Nelson 
twps 


3,730.47 


Dunnville R.P.D.— Moulton twp 

Dutton R.P.D. — Dunwich and Aldboro 
twps 


37.04 
1,098.19 


Elmira R.P.D.— Woolwich, Peel and 
Pilkington twps 


303.74 


Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, Nichol, Gara- 
fraxa W. and Peel twps 


776.49 


Essex R.P.D. — Sandwich S., Maidstone, 
Rochester, Colchester N., Gosfield N., 
Gosfield S. and Mersea twps 


2,295.57 


Exeter R.P.D.— Hay, Stephen, Usborne, 
Tuckersmith, Biddulph and Bosanquet 
twps 


2,955.29 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



69 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 




Cost in 
excess of 
revenue ■ 
from power 
sold to 
private 


Total cost 

of power 

. for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 


Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 


Sinking 
fund 


to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




gencies 




companies 
















Act 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


367.90 


496.23 


350.12 


63.34 


4,504.45 


4,504.45 


see page 


177 


198.78 


342.42 


219.59 


56.81 


3,105.48 


3,105.48 


« 


u 


725.63 


1,291.86 


801.40 


208.61 


10,992.83 


10,992.83 


u 


u 


164.96 


168.82 


138.74 


15.56 


1,735.47 


1,735.47 


a 


a 


214.12 


344.50 


220.47 


50.11 


2,739.80 


2,739.80 


u 


a 


347.60 


571.53 


369.20 


90.60 


4,650.16 


4,650.16 


u 


u 


854.61 


1,490.64 


938.09 


233.13 


11,621.56 


11,621.56 


u 


u 


142.80 


300.88 


176.28 


57.74 


2,542.45 


2,542.45 


u 


u 


300.64 


392.98 


280.62 


48.54 


3,464.94 


3,464.94 


u 


u 


483.92 


794.87 


512.00 


122.77 


6,425.34 


6,425.34 


u 


u 


744.25 


1,144.73 


759.38 


168.05 


9,557.49 


9,557.49 


u 


« 


29.69 


40.14 


28.35 


5.18 


349.92 


349.92 


a 


if 


279.88 


332.97 


255.22 


41.95 


3,827.72 


3,827.72 


u 


« 


710.59 


1,340.89 


813.44 


227.71 


9,678.27 


9,678.27 


u 


u 


6.97 


13.13 


7.98 


2.33 


127.18 


127.18 


see page 


179 


236.15 


364.59 


241.67 


52.83 


3,274.42 


3,274.42 


« 


« 


65.98 


103.01 


67.24 


14.86 


850.07 


850.07 


u 


« 


168.85 


256.82 


172.72 


38.74 


2,459.25 


2,459.25 


« 


« 


481.98 


779.54 


508.05 


114.09 


6,021.20 


6,021.20 


a 


u 


709.59 


899.37 


665.04 


118.41 


7,776.74 


7,776.74 


« 


u 



170 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural Power Districts 



Share of 
capital 
cost of 
which 
interest 
and 
fixed 
charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Forest, R.P.D. — Plympton, Warwick, 
Bosanquet, Williams W. and Adelaide 
twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Dumfries N. f Dumfries S. 
and Beverly twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Esquesing and 
Chinguacousy twps 

Goderich R.P.D. — Colborne, Goderich, 
Ashfield and Wawanosh W. twps 

Grantham R.P.D.— Grantham and 

Niagara twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Nassaga- 

weya, Guelph and Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D. — Seneca, Walpole, 

Rainham, Cayuga N. and Oneida twps. 
Harriston R.P.D. — Minto and Howick 

twps 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester S., Maiden, 

Colchester N. and Gosfield S. twps.. . . 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Zorra E., Dorchester 
N., Dereham, Oxford N., Nissouri E., 
Zorra W. and Oxford W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D.— Louth, Thorold, Pel- 
ham and Grantham twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillim- 
bury N. and Gwillimbury E. twps. . . . 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gosfield 
S., Mersea and Romney twps 

Listowel R.P.D. — Wallace, Elma and 
Grey twps 

London R.P.D. — Westminster, Dela- 
ware, London and Nissouri W. twps. . . 

Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen, London, Mc- 
Gillivray, and Biddulph twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Beverly, Ancaster, 
Brantford and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, Scarboro, 
Pickering and Whitchurch twps 

Merlin R.P.D. — Romney, Tilbury E. and 
Raleigh twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Nassagaweya, Esques- 
ing, Trafalgar and Nelson twps 

Milverton R.P.D. — Mornington and 
Elma twps 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Hibbert, Fullarton, 
Downie, Ellice, Logan and Elma twps. 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwillimbury E., 
King, Whitchurch and Scott twps. . . . 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara twp 



$ c. 




$ c. 


3,433.23 


10.2 


31.06 


25,618.11 


122.1 


371.82 


18,589.20 


70.4 


214.38 


16,896.47 


49.4 


150.43 


81,880.14 


444.5 


1,353.58 


48,929.92 


231.1 


703.75 


37,734.04 


131.0 


398.92 


658.82 


2.3 


7 00 


83,510.30 


302.3 


920.57 


75,852.87 


308.8 


940.36 


46,663.64 


226.9 


690.95 


77,599.46 


286.0 


870.93 


128,004.44 


464.3 


1,413.88 


21,521.90 


81.8 


249.10 


276,545.91 


1,247.1 


3,797.66 


13,736.53 


55.6 


169.31 


35,016.43 


126.6 


385.52 


68,118.64 


263.4 


802 . 10 


40,378.11 


123.9 


377.30 


24,006.75 


102.7 


312.74 


10,690.83 


41.3 


125.77 


39,323.94 


143.8 


437.89 


53,927.12 
91,485.00 


211.9 
556.3 


645.28 
1,694.04 



112.72 

1,413.30 

660.48 

445.04 

2,177.35 
2,047.28 
1,232.20 
40.10 
2,095.51 

2,276.78 
1,014.21 
5,055.57 
3,300.30 
756.01 

7,289.96 
425.61 
1,073.33 
1,773.19 
1,222.04 

764 . 68 

351.86 

1,109.28 

1,537.45 
3.230.28 



160.37 

1,221.80 

869.33 

758.80 

3,823.70 
2,329.32 
1,772.30 
32.37 
3,726.84 

3,600.05 
2,027.28 
3,644.74 
5,804.02 
991.87 

13,126.25 

647.72 

1,638.57 

3,217.47 

1,887.56 

1,139.24 

500.78 

1,848.61 

2,538.49 
4,461.12 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges^ 




Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c 


38.91 


49.76 


36.07 


.5.94 


434.83 


434.83 


see page 


179 


238.32 


432.32 


267.11 


71.15 


4,015.82 


4,015.82 


a 


« 


193.14 


281.27 


192.91 


41.02 


2,452.53 


2,452.53 


u 


u 


185.23 


225.90 


171.29 


28.78 


1,965.47 


1,965.47 


u 


tt 


685.34 


1,372.52 


827.09 


259.00 


10,498.58 


10,498.58 


a 


u 


452.57 


811.15 


505.90 


134.66 


6,984.63 


6,984.63 


a 


a 


410.66 


549.40 


393.74 


76.33 


4,833.55 


4,833.55 


u 


u 


7.51 


10.06 


7.19 


1.34 


105.57 


105.57 


u 


u 


801.27 


1,229.38 


824.47 


176.14 


9,774.18 


9,774.18 


a 


a 


767.49 


1,205.13 


791.85 


179.94 


9,761.60 


9,761.60 


« 


« 


370.29 


726.06 


436.54 


132.21 


5,397.54 


5,397.54 


u 


u 


763.26 


1,120.75 


810.95 


166.65 


12,432.85 


12,432.85 


a 


u 


1,280.93 


1,923.39 


1,301.59 


270.54 


15,294.65 


15,294.65 


" 


u 


215.22 


330.66 


219.63 


47.66 


2,810.15 


2,810.15 


a 


a 


2,645.55 


4,590.58 


2,881.64 


726.67 


35,058.31 


35,058.31 


a 


u 


139.18 


216.60 


143.37 


32.40 


1,774.19 


1,774.19 


a 


ii 


377.75 


516.71 


367.10 


73.77 


4,432.75 


4,432.75 


a 


It 


655.81 


1,018.26 


713.77 


153.48 


8,334.08 


8,334.08 


" 


ii 


452.62 


586.78 


422.46 


72.19 


5,020.95 


5,020.95 


see page 


181 


236.74 


374.33 


250.51 


59.84 


3,138.08 


3,138.08 


a 


a 


108.63 


169.20 


110.75 


24.06 


1,391.05 


1,391.05 


a 


a 


414.73 


630.68 


411.23 


83.79 


4,936.21 


4,936.21 


u 


a 


509.75 
750.62 


820.01 
1,609.35 


561.69 
953.76 


123.47 
324.16 


6,736.14 
13,023.33 


6,736.14 
13,023.33 


a 


u 
a 



172 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural Power Districts 



Share of 
capital 
cost of 
which 
interest 
and 
fixed 
charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Norwich R.P.D. — Norwich N., Norwich 
S., Dereham, Oxford E., Burford, Wind- 
ham and Middleton twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Dawn 
and Brooke twps 

Palmerston, R.P.D. — Maryborough, 
Peel, Arthur, Wallace and Minto twps. 

Petrolia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Plympton, 
Enniskillen and Moore twps 

Preston R.P.D. — Waterloo, Puslinch, 
Dumfries N. and Woolwich twps. 

Ridgetown R.P.D.— Howard, Orford, 
Harwich, Aldborough and Rondeau 
Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Wellesley, Woolwich 
and Waterloo twps 

St. Marys R.P.D. — Fullarton, Usborne, 
Blanshard and Downie twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Southwold, Yar- 
mouth, Westminster, and Dunwich 
twps 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, Barton, Bin- 
brook and Grimsby N. twps 

Sandwich R.P.D.— Sandwich W., Sand- 
wich E., Sandwich S., Maidstone, 
Anderdon and Colchester N. twps. . . . 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Moore and 
Plympton twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Scarboro, Pickering 
and York North twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Tuckersmith, Mc 
Killop and Hibbert twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Woodhouse, Charlotte 
ville, Windham and Townsend twps. . 

Stamford R.P.D.— Thorold twp 

Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice, Downie, East- 
hope N. and Easthope S. twps 

Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe 
Ekfrid and Caradoc twps 

Streetsville RP.D— Toronto, Trafalgar 
Esquesing and Chinguacousy twps. . . . 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N., East- 
hope S. and Zorra twps 

Thamesville R.P.D. — Camden, Eup 
phemia, Zone, Orford, Howard, Chat 
ham and Harwich twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Tilbury E. 
Tilbury W. and Tilbury N. twps 



$ c. 




$ c. 


46,792.73 


198.9 


605 . 69 


13,455.05 


39.9 


121.50 


2,734.38 


9.8 


29.84 


5,949.27 


20.4 


62.12 


155,194.88 


703.7 


2,142.90 


82,173.03 


255.7 


778.66 


42,816.29 


180.9 


550.88 


48,686.12 


166.4 


506.72 


90,167.91 


394.5 


1,201.33 


146,528.87 


587.9 


1,790.27 


224,173.54 


936.1 


2,850.60 


118,824.03 


445.8 


1,357.55 


48,474.41 


198.2 


603.56 


9,619.99 


34.5 


105.06 


28,031.24 


126.5 


385.22 


24,911.07 


165.6 


504.28 


32,999.43 


153.3 


466.83 


8,414.28 


35.1 


106.89 


126,823.86 


531.2 


1,617.61 


31,336.87 


125.3 


381.56 


19,541.47 


72.6 


221.09 


33,523.39 


121.7 


370.60 



1,534.47 
444.52 
103.62 
213.56 

4,216.76 

2,911.51 
1,032.59 
1,423.42 

2,399.78 
3,190.24 

5,405.93 

5,075.89 

966.72 

261.76 

942 . 00 

1,355.47 

952.50 

419.94 

3,890.08 

1,090.97 

731.17 
1,024.36 



$ c. 

2,183.15 
622.98 
126.23 
279.00 

7,114.26 

3,815.34 
1,999.27 
2,286.88 

4,253.75 
6,876.47 

10,448.32 
5,576.28 
2,295.93 
451.90 
1,331.46 
1,226.33 
1,563.46 
398 . 85 
5,917.87 
1,478.66 

903.32 
1,577.89 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


463.66 


742.04 


488.30 


115.90 


6,133.21 


6,133.21 


see page 


181 


151.70 


203.46 


140.78 


23.25 


1,708.19 


1,708.19 


« 


« 


28.13 


40.92 


27.93 


5.71 


362.38 


362.38 


it 


a 


63.77 


91.34 


62.31 


11.89 


783.99 


783.99 


a 


a 


1,400.96 


2,538.44 


1,558.86 


410.05 


19,382.23 


19,382.23 


a 


u 


917.26 


1,189.26 


860.03 


148.99 


10,621.05 


10,621.05 


u 


u 


418.94 


695.47 


442.52 


105.41 


5,245.08 


5,245.08 


a 


a 


523.36 


792.43 


509.36 


96.96 


6,139.13 


6,139.13 


a 


ti 


876.28 


1,505.47 


939.23 


229.87 


11,405.71 


11,405.71 


« 


u 


1,507.34 


2,289.99 


1,531.42 


342.56 


17,528.29 


17,528.29 


it 


a 


2,136.48 


3,613.07 


2,311.07 


545.45 


27,310.92 


27,310.92 


u 


a 


1,222.36 


1,885.98 


1,241.27 


259.76 


16,619.09 


16,619.09 


a 


a 


449.42 


751.28 


506.16 


115.49 


5,688.56 


5,688.56 


a 


a 


102.28 


147.09 


100.61 


20.11 


1,188.81 


1,188.81 


u 


<< 


269.34 


456.02 


292.26 


73.71 


3,750.01 


3,750.01 


« 


« 


188.61 


452.41 


259.46 


96.49 


4,083.05 


4,083.05 


u 


it 


308.31 


556.23 


344.45 


89.33 


4,281.11 


4,281.11 


u 


« 


84.07 


130.00 


87.86 


20.45 


1,248.06 


1,248.06 


a 


u 


1,222.42 


2,033.62 


1,294.26 


309.53 


16,285.39 


16,285.39 


see page 


183 


317.45 


503.02 


327.49 


73.01 


4,172.16 


4,172.16 


u 


u 


197.32 


301.22 


199.89 


42.30 


2,596.31 


2,596.31 


a 


u 


351.42 


516.09 


350.19 


70.91 


4,261.46 


4,261.46 


a 


u 



174 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural Power Districts 



Share of 

capital 

cost of 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 

charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 


Operating 


power 


main- 


pur- 


tenance 


chased 


and 




adminis- 




trative 




expenses 



Interest 



Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Norwich 
S., Bayham, Dorchester S., 
Malahide, Houghton, Dere- 
ham, Middleton and Norwich 
N. twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Dover 
E. .Chatham and Sombra twps. 

Walsingham R.P.D.— Wals- 
ingham N., Walsingham S., 
Charlotteville, Windham and 
Middleton twps 

Walton R.P.D. — Wawanosh 
W., Wawanosh E., Morris, 
Grey, Hullett and McKillop 
twps 

Waterdown R.P.D. — Flam- 
bor E., Flamboro W. and 
Nelson twps 

Waterford R.P.D.— Windham 
and Townsend twps 

Watford R.P.D. — Warwick, 
Adelaide and Metcalfe twps. 

Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Pel- 
ham, Thorold, Crowland, 
W r ainfleet and Humberstone 
twps 

Woodbridge R.P.D. — York 
North, Toronto, Vaughan, 
Etobicoke, Toronto Gore, 
Albion, King and Chingua- 
cousy twps 

Woodstock R.P.D.— Oxford 
W M Oxford N., Oxford E., 
Burford, Blenheim, Bland- 
ford, Zorra W. and Zorra E 
twps 

Totals — Municipalities. . . . 
Totals— Rural Power Dis 

tricts 

Totals — Companies 

Non-operating capital. . . . 
Grand total 



67,016.65 
45,244.67 

29,226.00 

22,664.86 

93,008.47 
23,990.16 

1,522.75 

195,973.24 

132,741.40 
91,535.65 



114,899,201.67 

4,734,622.68 
48,995,980.27 



168,629,804.62 
2,623,160.88 



171,252,965.50 



254.5 
160.1 

57.3 

58.2 

412.6 

101.8 

4.9 

1,016.2 

498.8 
432.0 



558,276.7 

19,675.9 
289,854.3 



867,806.9 



$ c. 

775.00 
487.54 

174.49 

177.23 

1,256.45 

310.00 

14.92 

3,094.53 

1,518.95 
1,315.52 



1,700,060.38 

• 59,916.93 

884,938.76 



2,644,916.07 



$ c. 

2,321.00 
1,178.25 

809.55 

644.49 

2,423.36 

736.65 

45.23 

8,060.34 

3,612.04 
2,818.61 



2,731,913.63 

151,679.89 
1,301,776.85 



4.185,370.37 



$ c. 

3,118.56 
2,039.14 

1,335.63 

1,046.37 

4,430.11 

1,134.12 

71.66 

9,202.41 

6,120.18 
4,340.70 



5,460,418.26 

221,783.47 
2.387.364.99 



8,069,566.72 



93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



75 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ 


c. 


700 


48 


458 


79 


369 


94 


269 


09 


910 


95 


237 


.59 


16 


.89 



1.734.86 



1,348.61 



855.74 



999,663.26 

46,495.62 
392,835.83 



1.438,994.71 



1,024.01 
679.54 

355.52 

302.14 

1,499.66 

393.02 

21.90 

3,204.08 

2,001.47 

1,554.45 



1,882,693.81 

74,739.46 
852,619.88 



700.08 
457.39 

306.43 

237.50 

971.64 

249.81 

15.96 

2,002.09 

1,362.37 
954.38 



148.29 
93.29 

33.39 

33.91 

240.42 

59.31 

2.85 

592.13 



1,196,757.16 

49,009.06 
504,454.79 



2,810,053.15 



,750,221.01 



8,787.42 
5,393.94 

3,384.95 

2,710.73 

11,732.59 

3,120.50 

189.41 

27,890.44 



290.64 16,254.26 16,254.26 



251.72 



325,300.44 

11,464.86 
(336,765.30) 



$ 


c. 


8,787 


42 


5,393 


94 


3,384 


95 


2,710 


73 


11,732 


59 


3,120 


50 


189 


41 


27,890 


44 



see page 



12,091.12 



14,296,806.94 

615,039.29 
5,987,225.80 



20.899.122.03 



12,091.12 



15,123,855.95 

615,089.29 
5,987,225.80 



21,726,171.04 



183 



839.016.71 



11,967.70 



76 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Acton R.P.D. — Esquesing twp 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D — Lobo twp 

Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — Anderdon, Maiden, Col- 
chester N., and Colchester S. twps 

Aylmer R.P.D.— Dorchester S., Malahide, Yar- 
mouth, Bayham, Dorchester N., and Dereham 
twps 

Ayr R.P.D. — Dumfries N., Dumfries S.', and 
Blenheim twps 

Baden R.P.D. — Wilmot, Zorra E., Easthope S., 
Easthope N. , Wellesley , Waterloo, and Blenheim 
twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Grimsby N., Grimsby S., 
Caistor, Gainsboro, Clinton, Louth, Pelham, 
and Wainfleet twps 

Belle River R.P.D. — Maidstone and Rochester 
twps 

Blenheim R.P.D. — Raleigh and Harwich twps.. 

Bond Lake R.P.D. — King, Vaughan, Markham, 
Whitchurch and York N. twps 

Bothwell R.P.D.— Ekfrid, Zone, Orford, Aid- 
borough and Mosa twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and Toronto 
twps 

Brant R.P.D. — Brantford, Burford, Blenheim, 
Dumfries S., Onondaga and Oakland twps. . . . 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Burford, Brantford, Oakland, 
Townsend and Windham twps 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Seneca, Glanford, 
Oneida, Binbrook, Caistor, Grimsby S., and 
Barton twps 

Chatham R.P.D.— Dover E., Chatham, Raleigh, 
and Harwich twps 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Willoughby and Bertie twps. 

Clinton R.P.D. — Goderich, Stanley, Tucker- 
smith and Ray twps 

Delaware R.P.D. — Delaware, Westminster, 
Caradoc, Ekfried, Lobo and London twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — London, Nissouri W., Nis- 
souri E., Oxford N., Dorchester N., Dorchester 
S., Westminster and Yarmouth twps 

Dresden R.P.D. — Camden and Chatham Gore 
twps 

Drumbo R.P.D. — Blenheim, Burford and Bland- 
ford twps 

Dundas R.P.D.— Flamboro W., Beverly, An- 
caster, Flamboro E., and Nelson twps 

Note. — Items marked * include portions of 



$ c. 
2,860.15 
1,029.99 
2,941.70 

104,998.74 



*162, 120.18 



*23,513.43 



130,151.15 



262,776.24 

76,693.14 
*86,245.98 



*241,783.37 

*49,504.12 

72,399.06 

♦158,699.99 
45,312.09 

62,576.20 

122,164.78 

204,624.43 
38,106.77 

87,014.01 

♦191, 168.42 

*183, 798.91 

24,631.91 

*72,740.20 

166,566.07 



$ c. 
1,430.07 

514.99 
1,470.85 

52,413.87 



79,803.71 



11,719.36 



64,860.79 



131,132.90 

38,346.57 
42,184.49 



120,105.92 

24,378.52 

36,199.53 

78,016.74 
22,656.05 

31,288.10 

61,082.39 

102,312.22 
19,053.38 

42,788.66 

94,184.46 

90,939.29 
12,315.95 
35,381.82 
83,092.26 



$ 

1,430 

515 
1,470 


c. 
08 
00 

85 


52,584 


87 


82,316 


47 


11,794 


07 


65,290 


36 


131,643 


34 


38,346 
44,061 


57 
49 


121,677 


45 


25,125 


60 


36,199 


53 


80,683 
22,656 


25 
04 


31,288 


10 


61,082 


39 


102,312 
19,053 


21 
39 


44,225 


35 


96,983 


96 


92,859 


62 


12,315 


96 


37,358 


38 


83,473 


81 



$ c 

65.19 

3.55 

105.67 

17,010.79 



6,577.90 



691.61 



6,572.51 



25,853.79 

7,481.67 
3,763.76 



18,301.52 
4,504.45 
3,105.48 

10,992.83 

1,735.47 

2,739.80 

4,650.16 

11,621.56 
2,542.45 

3,464.94 

6,425.34 

9,557.49 

349.92 

3,827.72 

9.678.27 



transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



177 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1930 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 
from 
power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 


remaining: 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 


Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 


adminis- 
tration 


Credited 


Charged 



$ c. 

99.77 

2.98 

12.22 

5,656.86 



5,902.78 

471.69 

6,401.31 

9,412.16 

3,316.00 
4,557.66 

11,763.03 

2,169.81 

2,968.43 

4,396.52 
1,005.87 

1,418.71 

2,894.50 

8,482.21 
1,561.30 

3,086.55 

7,353.74 

6,670.38 

311.82 

2,055.38 

4,106.58 



$ c 

63.34 

1.91 

26.57 

2,252.07 



3,195.20 

454.81 

2,516.81 

5,258.61 

1,610.08 
1,818.19 

4,702.59 

1,016.79 

1,575.22 

3,301.29 
811.30 

876.89 

2,151.90 

4,250.50 
840.26 

1,807.47 

3,831.87 

3,965.28 

258.90 

1,431.95 

3,442.66 



$ c. 

57.10 

1.72 

23.95 

2,026.82 



2,831.40 

408.52 

2,260.32 

4,730.43 

1,451.49 
1,601.74 

4,207.96 

902 . 83 

1,420.06 

2,922.78 
731.39 

790.52 

1,939.94 

3,831.83 
757.49 

1,600.70 

3,398.44 

3,536.29 

233.40 

1,251.37 

3,097.12 



$ c. 

28.55 

0.86 

11.98 

1,013.41 



1,415.70 

204.26 

1,130.16 

2,365.21 

725.74 
800.87 

2,103.98 

451.42 

710.03 

1,461.39 
365 . 69 

395.30 

969.97 

1,915.91 
378.75 

800.35 
1,699.22 

1,768.14 
116.70 
625.69 

1,548.57 



$ 

15 

6 


c. 
03 
45 
31 


534 


46 


758 


29 


107 


94 


597 


29 


1,247 


98 


382 
431 


10 
49 


1,116.02 


241 


31 


373 


83 


783 
192 


46 

54 


208 


10 


510 


69 


1,008 
199 


73 
41 


428 


95 


909 


38 


941 


04 


61 


44 


339 


83 


817 


02 



$ c. 
328.98 

11.47 
186.70 

28,494.41 



20,681.27 

2,338.83 
19,478.40 

48,868.18 

14,967.08 
12,973.71 

42,195.10 

9,286.61 

10,153.05 

23,858.27 
4,842.26 

6,429.32 

13,117.16 

31,110.74 
6,279.66 

11,188.96 
23,617.99 

26,438.62 
1,332.18 
9,531.94 

22,690.22 



$ c. 
313.60 

14.80 
267.07 

33,910.77 



23,594.62 

2,561.61 

17,103.80 

57,666.65 

20,172.50 
14,736.77 

48,979.35 

10,216.05 

9,233.45 

24,431.67 
4,204.04 

7,365.93 

14,117.86 

35,537.93 
6,846.45 

10,567.52 
25,692.57 

27,613.19 
1,192.88 
8,992.67 

27,629.88 



$ 


c. 


3 
80 


33 

37 


5,416 


36 


2,913 


35 


222 


78 


8,798 


47 


5,205 
1,763 


42 
06 


6,784 


25 


929 


44 


573 


40 


936 


61 


1,000 


70 


4,427 
566 


19 
79 


2,074 


58 


1,174 


57 


4,939 


66 



$ c 
15.38 



2,374.60 



919.60 



638.22 



621.44 



139.30 
539.27 



power districts. 



78 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

n "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Dunnville R.P.D. — Moulton twp 

Dutton R.P.D. — Dunwich and Aldboro twps. . . 

Elmira R.P.D. — Woolwich, Peel and Pilkington 
twps 

Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, Nichol, Garafraxa W. 
and Peel twps 

Essex R.P.D. — Sandwich S., Maidstone, Roches- 
ter, Colchester N., Gosfield N., Gosfield S., and 
Mersea twps 

Exeter R.P.D. — Hay, Stephen, Usborne, Tucker- 
smith, Biddulph and Bosanquet twps 

Forest R.P.D. — Plympton, Warwick, Bosanquet, 
Williams W., and Adelaide twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Dumfries N., Dumfries S., and 
Beverly twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Esquesing and Chingua- 
cousy twps 

Goderich R.P.D. — Colborne, Goderich, Ashfield 
and Wawanosh W. twps 

Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham and Niagara 
twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Nassagaweya, 
Guelph and Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D. — Seneca, Walpole, Rainham, 
Cayuga N., and Oneida twps 

Harriston R.P.D. — Minto and Howick twps. . . 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester S., Maiden, Col- 
chester N., and Gosfield S. twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Zorra E., Dorchester N., 
Dereham, Oxford N., Nissouri E., Zorra W., 
and Oxford W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D. — Louth, Thorold, Pelham and 
Grantham twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwil imbury N., 
and Gwillimbury E. twps * 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gosfield S., 
Mersea and Romney twps 

Listowel R.P.D. — Wallace, Elma and Grey twps. 

London R.P.D. — Westminster, Delaware, Lon- 
don and Nissouri W. twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen, London, McGillivray 
and Bidd u lph twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Beverly, Ancaster, Brantford 
and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, Scarboro, Picker- 
ing and Whitchurch twps 

Note. — Items marked * include portions of 



14,011.56 
46,758.56 

20,230.57 

39,227.36 

♦118,571.00 

♦115,772.55 

♦32,907.43 

56,313.50 

64,269.67 

12,703.23 

97,386.18 

134,479.54 

*44,717.89 
♦16,291.17 

117,178.49 

237,900.87 

84,156.57 

♦85,443.74 

♦242,905.78 
63,152.98 

♦389,844.84 

♦54,357.67 

76,042 . 84 

♦172,798.07 



7,005.78 
23,379.28 

10,115.29 

19,613.68 

58,420.32 

57,331.57 
16,149.05 
28,156.75 
32,134.84 
6,351.62 

48,693.09 

67,206.77 

21,460.59 
7,996.01 

58,589.25 

118,950.43 

42,078.29 

42,035.45 

120,209.39 
31,576.49 

194,837.26 
27,043.43 
38,021.42 
85,519.18 



7,005.78 
23,379.28 

10,115.28 

19,613.68 

60,150.68 

58,440.98 
16,758.38 
28,156.75 
32,134.83 
6,351.61 

48,693.09 

67,272.77 

23,257.30 
8,295.16 

58,589.24 

118,950.44 

42,078.28 

43,408.29 

122,696.39 
31,576.49 

195,007.58 
27,314.24 
38,021.42 
87,278.89 



127.18 
3,274.42 

850.07 

2,459.25 

6,021.20 

7,776.74 
434.83 
4,015.82 
2,452.53 
1,965.47 

10,498.58 

6,984.63 

4,833.55 
105.57 

9,774.18 

9,761.60 

5,397.54 

12,432.85 

15,294.65 
2,810.15 

35,058.31 
1,774.19 
4,432.75 
8.334. 08 



transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



193 



HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1930 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 



Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



344.81 
1,965.79 

759.85 

2,246.77 

4,056.43 

4,954.12 

613.84 

3,526.67 

1,830.51 

790.78 

4,396.45 

6,256.00 

2,947.45 
431.37 

5,721.68 

6,705.91 

3,354.32 

12,207.88 

10,329.92 
2,955.14 

20,234.59 
1,302.31 
2,003.64 
4,334.93 



313.84 
997.35 

265.01 

613.40 

2,431.40 

2,340.64 

356.11 

1,134.47 

1,339.80 

215.30 

2,052.88 
2,460.48 

703 . 60 

113.85 

2,295.94 

5,021.58 

1,593.57 

1,709.23 

4,980.81 
1,195.53 

7,900.00 

1,111.41 
1,649.41 
3,530.22 



282.93 
899.11 

238.91 

552.98 

2,157.29 

2,087.90 

308.85 

1,022.73 

1,207.83 

194.09 

1,850.67 

2,217.35 

619.17 
96.65 

2,069.79 

4,526.96 

1,436.60 

1,513.42 

4,444.52 
1,077.77 

7,118.45 

996.52 

1,486.94 

3,147.40 



$ 


c. 


141 
449 


46 
56 


119 


45 


276.49 


1,078 


65 


1,043 


95 


154 


42 


511 


36 


603 


.92 


97.05 


925 


.34 



1,108.68 

309.58 
48.33 

1,034.90 



2,263.48 

718.30 

756.71 

2,222.25 
538.89 

3,559.22 
498.26 
743.47 

1,573.70 



74.48 
236.69 

62.89 

145.57 

577.02 

555.48 

84.51 

269.23 

317.96 

51.09 

487.19 

583.93 

166.97 
27.02 

544.87 



1,284.70 
7,822.92 

2,296.18 

6,294.46 

16,321.99 

18,758.83 

1,952.56 

10,480.28 

7,752.55 
3,313.78 

20,211.11 

19,611.07 

9,580.32 
822.79 

21,441.36 



1,191.72 29,471.25 



378.19 

405 . 63 

1,182.04 
283.72 

1,874.83 
263 . 76 
391.43 
837.79 



12,878.52 

29,025.72 

38,454.19 
8,861.20 

75,745.40 

5,946.45 

10,707.64 

21,758.12 



469 . 09 

8,267.56 

1,929.79 
5,641.04 

20,942.54 

22,109.50 
2,141.10 
9,646.30 
8,269.49 
3,321.12 

20,100.72 

18,800.38 

10,300.83 
790.98 

24,644.44 

29,509.92 

14,545.41 

23,052.86 

47,879.79 
8,733.28 

77,355.27 

5,904.25 

10,944.80 

27,784.89 



$ c. 



444 . 64 



4,620.55 

3,350.67 
188.54 



516.94 
7.34 



720.51 



3,203.08 

38.67 
1,666.89 



9,425.60 



1,609.87 



237.16 
6,026.77 



$ c. 
815.61 



366.39 
653.42 



833.98 



110.39 
810.69 



31.81 



5,972.86 



27.92 



42.20 



power districts. 



180 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and t"he balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Merlin R.P.D. — Romney, Tilbury E. and Raleigh 

twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Nassagaweya, Esquesing, 

Trafalgar and Nelson twps 

Milverton R.P.D. — Mornington and Elma twps. 
Mitchell R.P.D. — Hibbert, Fullarton, Downie, 

Ellice, Logan and Elma twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwillimbury E., -King, 

Whitchurch and Scott twps 



Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara twp 

Norwich R.P.D. — Norwich N. f Norwich S., 

Dereham, Oxford E., Burford, Windham and 

Middleton twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Dawn and 

Brooke twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Maryborough, Peel, 

Arthur, Wallace and Minto twps 

Petrolia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Plympton, Enniskillen 

and Moore twps 



Preston R.P.D. — Waterloo, Puslinch, Dumfries 

N. and Woolwich twps 

Ridge town R.P.D. — Howard, Orford, Harwich, 

Aldborough and Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D. — Wellesley, Woolwich and 

Waterloo twps 

St. Marys R.P.D. — Fullarton, Usborne, Blans- 

hard and Downie twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D. — Southwold, Yarmouth, 

Westminster and Dunwich twps 



Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, Barton, Binbrook and 
Grimsby N. twps 

Sandwich R.P.D. — Sandwich W., Sandwich E 
Sandwich S., Maidstone, Anderdon and Col- 
chester N. twps 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Moore and Plympton 
twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Scarboro, Pickering and York 
N. twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Tuckersmith, McKillop and 
Hibbert twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Woodhouse, Charlotteville, 
Windham and Townsend twps 

Stamford R.P.D.— Thorold twp 

Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice, Downie, Easthope N., 
and Easthope S. twps 

Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe, Ekfrid 
and Caradoc twps 



% c. 

*91,375.34 

65,060.47 
30,668.16 

82,505.58 

♦65,761.60 

*1 10,050.33 

*135,496.82 

22,339.56 

♦41,825.60 

♦24,159.79 

♦258,471.77 
182,527.71 
82,818.81 
135,234.33 
240,154.08 

228,678.23 

311,114.72 

♦189,083.32 

141,467.47 

16,866.84 

♦66,683.65 
30,362.22 

54,568.25 

77.544.59 



$ c. 

45,407.51 

32,530.23 
15,334.08 

41,252.79 

32,444.26 

54,665.79 

66,214.16 
11,169.78 
20,679.34 
11,637.20 

128,997.75 
91,263.85 
41,358.62 
67,617.17 

119,769.79 

114,339.12 

155,557.36 

91,955.01 

70,733.74 

7,842.06 

32,192.99 
15,181.11 

27,026.19 

38,595.52 



$ c. 

45,967.83 

32,530.24 
15,334.08 

41,252.79 

33,317.34 

55,384.54 

69,282.66 
11,169.78 
21,146.26 
12,522.59 

129,474.02 
91,263.86 
41,460.19 
67,617.16 

120,384.29 

114,339.11 

155,557.36 

97,128.31 

70,733.73 

9,024.78 

34,490.66 
15,181.11 

27,542.06 

38,949.07 



$ c. 

5,020.95 

3,138.08 
1,391.05 

4,936.21 

6,736.14 

13,023.33 

6,133.21 

1,708.19 

362.38 

783 . 99 

19,382.23 

10,621.05 

5,245.08 

6,139.13 

11,405.71 

17,528.29 

27,310.92 
16,619.09 

5,688.56 
1,188.81 

3,750.01 
4,083.05 

4,281.11 

1,248.06 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1930 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

3,601.57 

1,816.54 
1,803.47 

3,311.59 

4,617.93 

4,340.48 

7,136.28 

1,373.62 

509.52 

794.70 

11,775.33 
6,859.10 
4,343.35 
4,201.18 

10,047.21 

11,227.53 

25,850.57 

10,989.32 

3,275.64 

1,339.42 

3,528.22 
3,254.22 

3,702.49 

1,294.01 



$ c. 

1,672.53 

1,362.52 
614.17 

1,623.00 

1,244.40 

2,350.90 

2,860.90 
436.57 
118.04 
418.09 

5,222.98 
3,744.24 
1,357.03 
2,684.61 
4,736.16 

4,817.26 

6,586.39 

4,088.86 

2,643.23 

393.14 

1,292.80 
642.42 

1,174.06 

706.42 



$ c. 


$ c. 


1,496.59 


748.29 


1,228.31 
553.67 


614.16 
276.84 


1,463.14 


731.57 


1,104.36 


552.18 


2,104.96 


1,052.48 


2,517.73 


1,258.86 


393.57 


196.78 


97.07 


48.54 


359.20 


179.59 


4,698.99 


2,349.49 


3,375.43 


1,687.72 


1,223.03 


611.51 


2,420.18 


1,210.09 


4,266.61 


2,133.27 


4,342.76 


2,171.38 


5,937.63 


2,968.80 


3,582.64 


1,791.32 


2,382.87 


1,191.44 


330.77 


165.38 


1,119.50 
579.14 


559.74 
289.57 


1,048.10 


524.05 


629.76 


314.89 



$ c. 

396.92 

323.35 
145.75 

385.17 

295.32 

557.92 

678.95 

103.61 

28.01 

99.22 

1,239.51 
888.58 
322.05 
637.11 

1,123.99 

1,143.23 

1,563.08 

970.38 

627.29 

93.30 

306.80 
152.46 

278.63 

167.64 



$ c. 

12,936.85 

8,482.96 
4,784.95 

12,450.68 

14,550.33 

23,430.07 

20,585.93 
4,212.34 
1,163.56 
2,634.79 

44,668.53 
27,176.12 
13,102.05 
17,292.30 
33,712.95 

41,230.45 

70,217.39 

38,041.61 

15,809.03 

3,510.82 

10,557.07 
9,000.86 

11,008.44 

4,360.78 



$ c. 

11,592.51 

10,591.20 
3,656.54 

12,722.67 

14,676.62 

26,508.69 

22,143.37 

4,213.27 

804.75 

2,577.93 

44,751.62 
26,625.28 
12,942.98 
14,708.10 
37,967.67 

42,639.05 

76,479.04 

40,870.06 

21,061.92 

3,765.63 

10,576.45 
10,423.45 

11,240.97 

5.057.61 



2,108.24 



271.99 

126.29 
3,078.62 

1,557.44 
0.93 



83.09 



4,254.72 



1,408.60 

6,261.65 

2,828.45 

5,252.89 

254.81 

19.38 
1,422.59 

232.53 

696 . 83 



$ c. 
1,344.34 



1.128.41 



358.81 
56.86 



550.84 

159.07 

2,584.20 



power districts. 



182 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Streetsville R.P.D. — Toronto, Trafalgar, Es 
quesing and Chinguacousy twps 

Tavistock R.P.D. — Easthope N., Easthope 
S. and Zorra twps 

Thamesville R.P.D. — Camden, Euphemia, 
Zone, Orford, Howard, Chatham and Har- 
wich twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Tilbury E., Til- 
bury W. and Tilbury N. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. — Norwich S., Bayham, 
Dorchester S., Malahide, Houghton, Dere- 
ham, Middleton and Norwich N. twps. . . . 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Dover E., Chatham 
and Sombra twps 

Walsingham R.P.D. — Walsingham N., Wal- 
singham S., Charlotteville, Windham and 
Middleton twps 

Walton R.P.D. — Wawanosh W., Wawanosh 
E., Mooris, Grey, Hullett and McKillop 
twps 

Waterdown R.P.D. — Flamboro E., Flam- 
boro W. and Nelson twps 

Waterford R.P.D. — Windham and Town- 
send twps 



Watford R.P.D. — Warwick, Adelaide and 
Metcalfe twps 

Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Pelham, Thorold, 
Crowland, Wainfleet and Humberstone 
twps 

Wood bridge R.P.D.— York North, Toronto, 
Vaughan, Etobicoke, Toronto Gore, Albion, 
King and Chinguacousy twps 

Woodstock R.P.D.— Oxford W., Oxford N., 
Oxford E., Burford, Blenheim, Blandford, 
Zorra W. and Zorra E. twps 



Non-operating capital 
Totals 



$ 
153,857 
104,894 

47,692 
*51,478 



167,552.13 
93 

41 



112,178 
*73,506 



*44,751 

*82,387, 

65,194 

22,839. 

*469,349. 

*301,110. 

206,325. 



9,499,780. 
105,888. 



9,605,669.05 



$ c 
76,928.76 
52,447.46 

23,614.22 
25,505.97 

83,776.07 

55,894.95 

36,376.91 

20,924.02 
40,780.68 
32,597.26 

11,419.55 

233,956.39 

149,875.66 

103,162.79 



4,721,574.23 



$ c 
76,928.76 
52,447.47 

24,078.04 
25,972.89 

83,776.06 

56,283.98 

37,129.50 

23,827.42 
41,606.60 
32,597.26 

11,419.56 

235,393.06 

151,234.47 

103,162.78 



4,778,206.64 
105,888.18 



4,884,094.82 



$ c. 

16,285.39 

4,172.16 

2,596.31 
4,261.46 

8,787.42 

5,393.94 

3,384.95 

2,710.73 

11,732.59 

3,120.50 

189.41 

27,890.44 

16,254.26 

12,091.12 



615,089.29 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1930 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
5,853.35 
4,634.39 

1,886.03 

1,048.58 

7,418.42 

3,443.96 

2,342.76 

2,636.34 
2,692.19 
2,543.61 

382.72 

25,385.62 

9,349.64 

7,459.45 



$ c. 
3,260.24 
1,845.50 

1,002.34 
1,046.67 

3,502.64 

2,237.96 

1,019.47 

1,053.00 
1,624.04 
1,221.14 

282.30 

8,073.79 

6,178.64 

4,036.12 



$ c. 
2,939.11 
1,663.72 

894.34 
934.32 

3,157.63 

2,009.74 

904.00 

891.38 
1,447.56 
1,100.86 

254.49 

7,258.12 

5,543.28 

3,638.56 



$ c. 
1,469.55 

831.86 

447.17 
467.16 

1,578.82 

1,004.87 

452.01 

445 . 70 
723.78 
550.43 

127.25 

3,629.06 

2,771.63 

1,819.28 



$ c. 
773.72 
437.97 

237.87 
248.40 

831.25 

531.12 

241.94 

249.92 

385.42 
289.80 

67.00 

1,916.07 

1,466.31 

957.85 



$ c. 
30,581.36 
13,585.60 

7,064.06 
8,006.59 

25,276.18 

14,621.59 

8,345.13 

7,987.07 

18,605.58 

8,826.34 

1,303.17 

74,153.10 

41,563.76 

30,002.38 



$ c. 
36,059.20 
12,301.05 

7,786.82 
9,005.54 

24,877.09 

17,842.36 

9,291.11 

8,492.05 

25,552.62 
8,205.38 

1,081.97 

84,468.48 

45,754.69 

32,653.48 



$ c. 
5,477.84 



722.76 
998.95 



3,220.77 

945.98 

504.98 
6,947.04 



$ c. 



1,284.55 



399.09 



620.96 
221.20 



10,315.38 
4,190.93 
2,651.10 



408,419.77 186,962.86 



167,463.56 83,731.78 44,370.01 



1,506,037.27 



1.628,018.20 



145,702.34 



23,721.41 



Net Credit $121,980.93 

power districts. 



184 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited I Charged 



Acton 

Agincourt. . . . 
Ailsa Craig. . . 
Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg. 

Ancaster twp. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp.. . 
Beachville 
Belle River . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton . . . . 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 

Bridgeport. . . . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 

Caledonia 

Campbellville . 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright. . . . 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 



Jam, 


1913 


Nov., 


1922 


Jan., 


1916 


April, 


1922 


Nov., 


1925 


May, 


1923 


Dec, 


1926 


Mar., 


1918 


Jan., 


1915 


May, 


1912 


May, 


1924 


Aug., 


1912 


Dec, 


1922 


Nov., 


1915 


July, 


1924 


Feb., 


1915 


Sept., 


1915 


Nov., 


1911 


Feb., 


1914 


May, 


1924 


Mar., 


1928 


Jan., 


1918 


July, 


1924 


June, 


1915 


Nov., 


1916 


Oct., 


1912 


Jan., 


1925 


Nov., 


1924 


Feb., 


1915 


Sept., 


1919 


May, 


1924 


Mar., 


1914 


May, 


1915 


Nov., 


1926 


Dec, 


1923 


Sept., 


1917 


Mar., 


1915 


Dec, 


1914 


Mar., 


1918 


April, 


1915 


Dec, 


1914 


Oct., 


1917 


Jan., 


1911 


June, 


1918 


Sept., 


1915 



$ c 

1,485.32 

423.49 

157.03 



2,873.47 

989.44 

498.57 

2,842.86 

292.44 

593.89 

411.73 
1,342.25 

515.11 
1,223.45 

793.16 

528.88 

616.83 

9,188.91 

16,655.10 



970.81 
462.97 
668.40 
529.44 

620.45 

320.28 

662.92 

12,541.24 

304.85 

219.44 
453.69 
415.77 
299.41 
524.18 



268.84 

245.30 

320.25 

42.37 



232.95 



3,653.16 

4,519.34 

347.99 



$ c 



51.22 



189.50 
62.91 



595.28 



77.76 



51.22 



189.50 
62.91 



595.28 



$ c 

1,485.32 

423.49 

157.03 



2,873.47 

989.44 
498.57 
2,842.86 
292.44 
593.89 

411.73 
1,342.25 

515.11 
1,223.45 

793.16 

528.88 

616.83 

9,188.91 

16,655.10 



970.81 
462.97 
668.40 
529.44 

620.45 
320.28 
662.92 
12,541.24 
304.85 

219.44 
453.69 
415.77 
299.41 
524.18 

268.84 

245.30 

320.25 

42.37 



232.95 



3,653.16 

4,519.34 

347.99 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated- amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
24.09 


$ c. 


$ c. 
613.22 
720.87 
208 . 83 
135.44 
3,014.96 

132.05 

233.77 

1,975.08 


$ c. 


$ C 

637.31 
728.67 
211.72 
134.50 
3,064.74 

153.65 

243.58 

2,024.91 


$ c. 


7.80 








2.89 










0.94 






49.78 






21.60 








9.81 








49.83 








4.94 




31.08 


26.14 


9.83 




315.02 

152.69 

1,260.55 

437.49 

564.66 

532.27 

311.77 

107.01 

8,044.79 

11,496.94 


324.85 

159.69 
1,286.40 
447.69 
587.78 
548.08 

321.72 

119.66 

8,207.36 

11,803.58 




7.00 








25.85 








10.20 






23.12 








15.81 








9.95 








12.65 








162.57 








306.64 










3.20 
1.05 


1,270.00 
334.50 


1,273.20 
335.55 








14.21 


446.36 

375.10 

862.14 

73.06 

616.39 

738.77 

879.60 

6,610.04 


460.57 

382.44 

875.51 

84.05 

626.39 

744.35 

888.39 

6,819.93 




7.34 








13.37 








10.99 






10.00 






5.58 








8.79 








209 . 89 








5.62 




64.22 


58.60 


4.04 




15.47 
862.39 
122.93 
292.43 
310.54 

246.17 
126.75 
159.36 
237.99 
496.20 


19.51 
870.75 
130.15 
298.28 
319.63 

251.23 
131.74 

165.48 
238.79 
472.52 




8.36 








7.22 








5.85 








9.09 








5.06 








4.99 








6.12 








.80 










23.68 






4.31 


239.92 
321.08 


235.61 




3.11 






401 95 


56.45 


3,081.94 
1,600.23 

777.45 


3,138.39 
1,681.36 

783.25 




81.13 








5.80 

















86 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



East Windsor 


Nov., 1922 
Nov., 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Jan., 1915 
July, 1924 

July, 1925 
Nov., 1923 
Aug., 1917 
June, 1916 
Nov., 1914 

June, 1926 
Mar., 1917 
May, 1911 
Sept., 1913 
Aug., 1920 

Feb., 1914 
July, 1916 
Dec, 1910 
Sept., 1913 
Feb., 1911 

July, 1916 
Nov., 1923 
Jan., 1917 
Feb., 1911 
Dec, 1916 

Oct., 1924 
May, 1911 
Feb., 1924 
Nov., 1923 
Jan., 1911 

April, 1915 
Nov., 1925 
Nov., 1923 
June, 1916 
Jan., 1911 

Aug., 1914 
Jan., 1925 
Feb., 1915 
Nov., 1915 
April, 1920 

Dec, 1922 
Nov., 1920 
April, 1913 
June, 1916 
May, 1912 


$ c 

17,004.88 

1,992.41 

1,102.23 

470.73 

255.86 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
21,477.72 


Elmira 






1,992.41 


Elora 






1,102.23 


Embro 






470.73 


Erieau 






255.86 


Erie Beach 


75.94 


75.94 




Essex ... 


1,250.68 

8,748.61 

809.41 

1,964.55 

388.77 

1,216.34 

17,217.65 

1,273.37 

1,347.59 

1,354.86 

300.86 

17,040.87 

3,142.25 
80,079.18 

1,214.60 
1,321.84 

825.39 
3,947.04 

347.09 

413.39 

5,527.64 

479.36 

2,165.39 

24,941.59 

422.28 

1,123.86 

3,788.39 

2,197.82 

53,596.10 

7,012.53 

1,350.52 

555.51 

291.49 

1,796.10 

819.90 
890.61 

3,057.23 
862.45 

4,911.92 


1,250.68 


Etobicoke twp 






8,748.61 


Exeter 






809.41 


Fergus . . 






1,964.55 


Fonthill . . 






388.77 


Forest ... 






1,216.34 


Gait 






17,217.65 


Georgetown 






1,273.37 


Glencoe 






1,347.59 


Goderich 






1,354.86 


Granton 






300.86 


Guelph 






17,040.87 


Hagersville 






3,142.25 


Hamilton 






80,079.18 


Harriston . . 






1,214.60 








1,321.84 


Hensall 






825.39 


Hespeler . . . 






3,947.04 


Highgate 






347.09 


Humberstone 






413.39 








5,527.64 


Jarvis . . . 






479.36 


Kingsville 






2,165.39 


Kitchener 






24,941.59 


Lambeth 






422.28 








1,123,86 


Leamington .... 






3,788.39 


Listowel 






2,197.82 


London 






53,596.10 


London Railway Commission .... 






7,012.53 






1,350.52 


Lucan 






555.51 


Lynden 






291.49 


Markham 






1,796.10 


Merlin .* 






819.90 








890.61 


Milton . . . 






3,057.23 








862.45 


Mimico 






4,911.92 











193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
307.94 


$ c. 


$ c. 

11,716.72 

1,283.47 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,551.82 
1,316.00 


$ c. 


32.53 








17.51 




879.00 


861.49 


8.36 




696.01 


704.40 




3.50 




38.93 


35.43 




1.52 


100.69 

921.98 

5,881.63 

1,499.10 


99.17 

946.01 

6,034.43 

1,512.49 




24.03 






152.80 








13.39 








32.72 




372.88 


340.16 


7.40 




424.99 
831.57 
15,487.08 
218.10 
336.90 

1,946.11 

67.30 

16,432.32 

3,301.01 
32,658.78 

438.17 

1,891.72 

1,105.53 

3,394.86 

60.40 


432.39 
851.22 
15,775.62 
237.92 
359.35 

1,968.53 

71.42 

16,714 31 

3,362.98 
34,045.37 

454.99 

1,915.00 

1,121.62 

3,462.97 

66.79 




19.65 








288.54 








19.82 








22.45 








22.42 








4.12 








281.99 








61.97 








1,386.59 








16.82 








23.28 








16.09 








68.11 








6.39 








7.93 




487.81 


479.88 


93.08 




4,146.26 
676.60 

2,831.52 
22,151.19 

406.72 
1,571.30 

3,452.85 

921.21 

37,852.44 

281.21 
925.89 
663.66 
250.30 
1,445.02 

1,058.21 

1,077.66 

799.92 


4,239.34 

685.43 

2,869.35 

22,563.92 

412.32 

1,593.06 

3,517.84 

957.58 

38,739.35 

429.37 
949.32 
672.75 

255.75 
1,481.56 

1,072.64 

1,091.52 

841.19 




8.83 








37.83 








412.73 








5.60 






21.76 








64.99 








36.37 








886.91 








148.16 








23.43 








9.09 








5.45 








36.54 






14.43 








13.86 








41.27 








11.44 




309.62 


298 18 


83.45 




2,036.57 


2,120.02 













188 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL RFPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31. 1929 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. . 

New Toronto . . . 
Niagara Falls . . . 
Niagara-on-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward . . . 
Port Colborne . . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. . 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill . . 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. . 
St. Clair Beach. 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas. . . . 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp . . . 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp. . 
Stouffville 



Sept., 


1911 


Mar., 


1918 


Mar., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


Mar., 


1911 


Feb., 


1914 


Dec, 


1915 - 


Aug., 


1919 


May, 


1912 


Feb., 


1918 


Feb., 


1916 


July, 


1916 


Feb., 


1914 


May, 


1920 


May, 


1916 


Dec, 


1914 


Nov., 


1916 


Mar., 


1920 


Aug., 


1912 


Nov., 


1912 


Dec, 


1921 


Nov., 


1926 


April, 


1912 


Jan., 


1911 


Jan., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


June, 


1925 


Dec, 


1915 


Nov., 


1922 


Sept., 


1913 


Feb., 


1917 


April, 


1914 


Nov., 


1922 


Sept., 


1915 


Sept., 


1917 


May, 


1911 


April, 


1911 


Feb., 


1924 


Dec, 


1916 


Aug., 


1918 


Nov., 


1911 


Aug., 


1915 


Aug., 


1917 


Nov., 


1916 


Sept. 


1923 



$ c 
1,137.07 
183.58 
509 . 60 
156.63 
851.91 

16,265.96 



849 . 96 
1,095.82 



524.05 
1,269.94 
2,799.65 

841.75 
4,309.53 

184.38 
1,470.54 
1,077.63 
1,163.66 
1,973.63 

638.99 



1,840.48 

5,616.46 

402.51 



1,000.96 

1,524.86 

3,186.63 

492.81 



2,062.96 
319.41 
890.72 
652.81 

2,229.64 
13,494.66 

6,027.61 
19,811.25 

6,950.55 

1,056.29 

866.64 

458.43 

1,467.81 

1,173.47 



3,615.10 



379.64 



696.97 



71.89 



82.75 



3,615.10 



$ c. 
1,137.07 
183.58 
509 . 60 
156.63 
851.91 

16,265.96 



379.64 



71.89 



82.75 



849 . 96 
1,095.82 



524.05 
1,269.94 
2,799.65 

841.75 
4,309.53 

184.38 
1,470.54 
1,077.63 
1,163.66 
1,973.63 

638 . 99 



1,840.48 

5,616.46 

402.51 



1,000.96 

1,524.86 

3,186.63 

492.81 



2,062.96 
319.41 
890.72 
652.81 

2,229.64 
13,494.66 

6,027.61 
20,745.02 

6,950.55 

1,056.29 

866 . 64 

458.43 

1,467.81 

1,173.47 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



[nterest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending" October 31, 1930 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
20.99 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,030.56 

96.61 

533.95 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,051.55 

99.99 

543.98 


$ c. 


3.38 






10.03 








2.99 




67.70 


64.71 


13.63 




264.88 
7,611.82 


278.51 
7,888.21 




276.39 










103.01 


4,805.33 


4,908.34 


13.96 


1,176.01 
848.93 


1,189.97 
870.31 




21.38 








3.23 




22.02 


18.79 


10.48 




364.75 
279.78 

1,432.13 
802.96 

3,004.20 


375.23 
303 . 24 

1,478.52 
819.02 

3,079.00 




23.46 








46.39 








16.06 








74.80 








2.93 




92.10 


89.17 


25.30 




2,234.09 


2,259.39 




18.66 




1,886.43 


1,867.77 


21.53 




1,190.59 
1,679.44 

1,102.54 
753.68 
693 . 26 

4,375.89 


1,212.12 
1,714.96 

1,114.30 

28.83 

735.25 

4,468.83 




35.52 








11.76 










27.88 






41.99 






92.94 








7.64 




154.77 
118.52 


147.13 


1.64 








116.88 


19.48 




530.37 

713.85 

2,866.79 

178.83 

239.57 
234.95 
345 . 65 
635.53 
671.10 

1,149.32 
11,298.79 


549 . 85 

740.20 

2,920.61 

187.22 

237.79 
265 . 92 
351.14 
653.45 
683.77 

1,186.22 
11,525.62 




26.35 








53.82 








8.39 










1.78 






30.97 






5.49 








17.92 








12.67 








36.90 








226.83 








110.97 




315.25 


204.28 


343 . 74 




14,382.63 
12,013.62 

1,232.40 
3,009.30 

345.28 
1,393.53 

847.38 


13,792.60 
12,143.18 

1,250.46 
3,020.79 

354.14 
1,420.55 

870.69 




129.56 






18.06 








11.49 








8.86 








27.02 








23.31 

















90 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Stratford 


Jan., 
Dec, 

Aug., 
Nov., 
Nov., 

Feb., 

Oct., 

May, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

April, 
Aug., 
June, 
Aug., 
Nov., 

Feb., 
June, 
Nov., 
April, 
Dec, 

Sept., 

Sept., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Jan., 

Feb., 
Oct., 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Nov., 

July, 

Nov., 
Sept. 

Jan., 
July, 

Feb., 

Sept. 
June, 
Nov. 
Nov. 


1911 
1914 
1923 
1916 
1922 

1914 
1915 
1922 
1914 
1921 

1915 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1914 

1915 
1921 
1911 
1915 
1910 

1917 
1917 
1916 
1917 
1911 

1924 
1914 
1914 
1911 
1916 

1925 
1923 
1917 

1927 
1930 

1928 
1930 
1929 
1923 
1922 


$ c 

18,080.01 

1,566.11 

701.98 

229.60 

728.55 

855.56 
857.47 
539.95 
220.96 
1,513.10 

1,481.97 

2,123.89 

448,107.01 

4,942.46 

19,219.44 

5,074.13 
243.40 
781.79 
594.16 

4,229.16 

1,152.69 

5,645.87 

405.21 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
18,080.01 


Strathroy 






1,566.11 


Sutton 






701.98 


Tavistock 






229.60 


Tecumseh 






728.55 


Thamesford 






855.56 


Thamesville 






857.47 


Thedford 






539.95 


Thorndale 






220.96 


Thorold 






1,513.10 


Tilbury 






1,481.97 


Tillsonburg. . . . 






2,123.89 


Toronto .... 






448,107.01 


Toronto twp . . . 






4,942.46 


Walkerville. . . . 






14,915.35 


Wallaceburg 






5,074.13 


Wardsville 






243.40 


Waterdown 






781.79 


Waterford 






594.16 


Waterloo 






4,229.16 


Watford 






1,152.69 








5,645.87 


Wellesley 






405.21 




726.41 






Weston 


9,097.03 

334.48 

55,801.61 

1,136.37 

12,828.84 

145.14 

14,520.46 

3,717.93 

644.65 

6,650.30 




9,097.03 


Wheatley 






334.48 








55,801.61 


Woodbridge 






1,136.37 


Woodstock 






12,828.84 


Wyoming 






145.14 


York East twp 






14,520.46 


York North twp. . . . 






3,717.93 


Zurich 






644.65 


Toronto Transportation Comm . . . 






6,650.30 








Rural Power District* 
Acton R.P.D. 


82.77 








Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P D 








' 12, 15 2. 33 
4,214.11 


6.95 






Amherstburg R.P.D 

Aylmer R.P.D. . 










36.00 











*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
302.74 


$ c. 


$ c. 

17,418.49 

2,804.60 


$ C 


$ c. 

17,721.23 

2,829.49 


$ c. 


24.89 








9.92 




104.56 


94.64 


4.22 




351.70 
877.79 

41^.87 
354.55 
151.10 


355.92 
890.01 

433.92 
371.28 
162.06 




12.22 








17.05 








16.73 








10.96 








4.24 




51.98 


47.74 


25.04 




1,959.99 

1,585.35 

1,627.56 

383,374.82 

3,039.48 

13,841.70 

2,795.18 
129.59 
684.85 
525.11 

2,719.38 

822.59 

4,435.78 

375.16 

533.28 

7,512.90 

18.30 

46,970.01 

1,056.82 

11,487.87 

56.59 

13,047.63 

2,735.55 

451.05 

349 . 43 
508.96 


1,985.03 

1,612.71 

1,663.08 

390,348.10 

3,125.69 

18,476.47 

2,889.40 
133.84 
700.03 
534.94 

2,787.05 

845 . 28 

4,527.35 

381.87 




27.36 








35.52 








6,973.28 








86.21 








330.68 








94.22 








4.25 








15.18 








9.83 









67.67 






22.69 






91.57 








6.71 










29.06 




222.19 


174.67 




7,687.57 

24.46 

47,911.76 

1,071.89 

11,730.58 

59.26 

13,258.13 

2,799.11 

463 . 68 

460. 20 
508.96 

70.70 

3.33 

73.14 

18,054.78 

7,258.95 




6.16 








941.75 








15.07 








242.71 








2.67 








210.50 








63.56 








12.63 








110.77 














3.31 




15.38 








3.33 

80.37 

5,416.36 

2,913.35 






0.28 






486 . 09 






167.49 

















192 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Ayr R.P.D 


July, 1 
Sept., 1 
Jan., 
Dec, 1 
July, 1 

Mar., 1 
Dec, 1 

Nov., : 

Oct., 1 
Jan., 1 

Dec, 1 
Oct., 1 
May, 1 
July, 1 
July, 1 

Oct., 1 
Dec, 1 
May, : 
Aug., 1 
Jan., 

July, 1 
Feb., 1 
June, 
Jan., 

Nov., 1 

Nov., : 
Nov., 1 
Oct., 1 
Nov., 
June, 1 

Nov., 1 
Jan., 1 
Oct., 
Dec, 1 
Nov., ' 

Oct., 

May, 

Mar., 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Nov., 
June, 
Feb., 
Dec, 
Nov., 


926 
922 
923 
922 
924 

924 
923 
923 
922- 
927 

926 
925 
922 
922 
928 

922 
921 
928 
922 
922 

928 
926 
926 
926 
L924 

L922 

[926 
L922 

924 
[925 

[924 
[925 
L925 
[929 
L923 

1922 
1922 
L924 
L923 
1926 

1922 
1926 
1922 
1922 
1928 


$ c. 

1,380.12 

1,744.48 

18,138.70 

15,805.51 

7,167.36 

28,401.82 
6,346.74 
1,937.67 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


Baden R.P.D 








Beamsville R.P.D 








Belle River R.P.D 








Blenheim R.P.D 








Bond Lake R.P.D 






23.51 


Bothwell R.P.D 






59.14 


Brampton R.P.D 






8.57 


Brant R.P.D 


392.92 
404 . 43 






Brigden R.P.D 








Burford R.P.D 


1,184.26 






Caledonia R.P.D 


1,422.52 






Chatham R.P.D 


6,184.37 
1,342.09 




32.43 


Chippawa R.P.D 








Clinton R.P.D 


346.10 






Delaware R.P.D 


3,552.86 






Dorchester R.P.D. . . 


698 . 1 1 






Dresden R.P.D 


227.15 
1,206.68 
6,623.40 

112.32 
1,559.28 

121.68 
1,617.45 
5,412.24 

6,814.47 

211.97 

3,090.61 

3,206.10 

600.75 

1,527.81 






Drumbo R.P.D 








Dundas R.P.D 








Dunnville R.P.D 








Dutton R.P.D 








Elmira R.P.D. . 








Elora R.P.D.. . . 








Essex R.P.D... . 








Exeter R.P.D.. 








Forest R.P.D.. 








Gait R.P.D 








Georgetown R.P.D 

Goderich R.P.D 














Grantham R.P.D 








Guelph R.P.D.. . 


1,816.72 






Haldimand R.P.D. 


2,994.06 






Harris ton R.P.D. . . . 








Harrow R.P.D. . 


4,064.36 

2,587.47 
3,401.96 
1,833.78 
15,021.32 
1,540.35 

10,987.49 








Ingersoll R.P.D 

Jordan R.P.D. 














Keswick R.P.D. 








Kingsville R.P.D 

Listowel R.P.D. . 














London R.P.D. . . . 






41.72 


Lucan R.P.D 


25.89 






Lynden R.P.D. . . . 


412.22 
6,879.49 
1,504.96 






Markham R.P.D 








Merlin R.P.D 






46.08 











1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or chargec 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
55.20 


$ c. 


$ c. 
222.78 


$ c. 


% c. 
1,658.10 


$ c. 


69.78 




2,374.60 


560.34 


725.55 




8,798.47 
5,205.42 
1,763.06 

6,784.25 
929.44 


27,662.72 

21,643.15 

9,217.11 

36,298.01 

7,468.74 

1,086.83 

164.76 




632.22 






286.69 








1,135.45 








251.70 








77.33 




919.60 






15.72 
16.1'8 


573.40 






638.22 


1,058.83 


47.37 


936.61 
1,000.70 
4,427.19 

566.79 


2,168.24 




56.90 




478.72 


246.34 




10,825.47 
1,962.56 




53.68 










13.84 


621.44 


981.38 


142.11 


2,074.58 
1,174.57 


5,769.55 

448.54 

96.94 

715.68 

11,828.00 






27.92 




9.09 


139.30 

539.27 




48.27 








264.94 




4,939.66 




4.49 




815.61 


698 . 80 


62.37 




444.64 


2,066.29 




4.87 




366.39 
653.42 


239.84 


64.70 






1,028.73 
10,249.28 

10,437.72 

408.99 

2,380.25 

3,851.28 

632.12 

1,478.53 




216.49 




4,620.55 

3,350.67 
188.54 




272.58 








8.48 








123.62 




833.98 




128.24 




516.94 
7.34 




24.03 








61.11 




110.39 
810.69 






72.67 




2,700.08 


119.76 


720.51 


3,834.33 








31.81 


31 81 


162.57 




3,203.08 

38.67 
1,666.89 


7,430.01 

2,729.64 
5,204.93 




103.50 








136.08 








73.35 




5,972.86 


4,065.73 


600.85 




9,425.60 


25,047.77 
1,474.04 

12,993.60 


61.61 




127.92 




437.96 




1,609.87 






1.04 


42.20 


69.13 


16.49 


237.16 
6,026.77 


665.87 

13,181.44 

173.81 




275.18 








59.27 




1,344.34 













94 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit | 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Milton R.P.D 


Jan., 

Aug., 

Dec, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

May, 
Dec, 
Oct., 
Aug., 
April, 

Mar., 
Nov., 
Dec, 
Aug., 
Feb., 

July, 
June, 
Dec, 
Nov., 
Nov., 

Mar., 
July, 
Dec, 
Nov., 
April, 

Nov., 
Dec, 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Oct., 
Nov., 
Dec, 
April 

Jan., 
Feb., 


1925 
1927 
1925 
192.4 
1922 

1925 
1925 
1926 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1922 
1927 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1923 
1923 
1927 
1922 

1922 
1924 
1926 
1922 
1923 

1927 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1926 

1924 
1922 
1923 
1929 
1922 

1923 
1922 


$ c 
3,563.40 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c. 


Milverton R.P.D 


870.64 






Mitchell R.P.D 


1,009.00 

4,625.89 

13,604.53 

6,889.08 

2,412.91 

264.53 






Newmarket R.P.D 








Niagara R.P.D 

Norwich R.P.D 














Oil Springs R.P.D 








Palmerston R.P.D 








Petrolia R.P.D 


79.63 






Preston R.P.D 


5,163.17 

3,707.22 
4,019.81 






Ridgetown R.P.D 

St. Jacobs R.P.D 














St. Marys R.P.D 


2,644.72 


709.26 




St. Thomas R.P.D 


3,773.63 




Saltfleet R.P.D 


605.62 






Sandwich R.P.D 


38,242.22 
5,101.52 
6,626.46 




42.08 


Sarnia R.P.D 








Scarboro R.P.D 








Seaforth R.P.D 


509.73 






Simcoe R.P.D 


2,167.40 

6,299.51 

0.74 

1,635.08 

2,189.41 






Stamford R.P.D 








Stratford R.P.D 






7.00 


Strathroy R.P.D 








Streetsville R.P.D 




483.59 




Tavistock R.P.D 


1,071.57 




Thamesville R.P.D 


977.98 
2,603.36 
8,356.33 
4,831.33 






Tilbury R.P.D 








Tillsonburg R.P.D 

Wallaceburg R.P.D 












107.23 


Walsingham R.P.D 


250.15 




125.60 


Walton R.P.D... . 


457.59 
13,463.47 






Waterdown R.P.D 








Waterford R.P.D 


2,118.55 






Watford R.P.D.. 








Welland R.P.D.. 


17,452.84 

8,774.39 
8,008.46 








Woodbridge R.P.D 






150.28 


Woodstock R.P.D 






43.39 










Totals 




1,453,295.46 


19,889.62 


6,317.08 


1,085,705.19 











1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
142.54 


$ c. 


% c. 
2,108.24 


I c. 


$ c. 
5,814.18 


$ c. 




34.83 


1,128.41 


2,033.88 


40.36 


271.99 

126.29 

3,078.62 

1,557.44 
0.93 


1,321.35 

4,937.22 

17,227.33 

8,722.08 
2,510.36 




185.04 








544.18 








275.56 








96.52 








10.58 




358.81 
56.86 


83.70 




3.19 






139.68 


206 . 53 


83.09 


5,452.79 

3,304.67 
4,021.53 




148 . 29 




550.84 

159.07 

2,584.20 




160.79 










76.65 




4,596.31 


150.95 


4,254.72 
1,408.60 

6,261.65 

2,828.45 

5,252.89 

254.81 

19.38 

1,422.59 

232.53 

696.83 

5,477.84 


8,179.30 

778.76 

45,990.93 

8,134.03 

12,144.41 






24.22 






1,529.14 






204.06 








265.06 










20.39 




275.31 


86.70 




2,273.48 

7,974.08 

226.28 

2,397.31 

8,250.81 




251.98 








0.01 








65.40 








99.97 










42.86 


1,284.55 


2,398.98 


39.12 


722.76 
998.95 


1,739.86 
3,706.44 
8,291.49 
8,134.86 
556.85 

980.87 
20,949.05 




104.13 








334.25 




399.09 




189.99 




3,220.77 
945.98 

504.98 
6,947.04 






13.38 






18.30 






538.54 










84.74 


620.96 
221.20 


2,824 25 








221 20 


698.11 




10,315.38 

4,190.93 
2,651.10 


28,466.33 

13,163.88 
10,935.64 




348.84 








319.47 
















32,698.14 


700.04 


984,719.05 


35,689.11 


1,370,631.57 


35,585.80 



196 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929 $12,012,656.51 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929 870,895.36 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $11,141,761.15 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of 

power delivered to them $1,046,158.88 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 167,463 . 56 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 392,835.83 

Provision for renewals reserve on transmission line acquired 

from the Department of Railways and Canals (Port 

Colborne) _ 1,400.00 

Reserve provided on equipment and transmission lines 

purchased 4,572 . 03 

Reserve provided in respect of certain rural .lines transferred 

to rural power districts and transmission lines 1,987.99 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 445,884 . 33 

2,060,302.62 

$13,202,063.77 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 251,736.01 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $12,950,327.76 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1930 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $10,610,226.94 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $1,957,433 . 27 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 83,731 . 78 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private customers which purchased power 852,619.88 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 424,409.08 

3,318,194.01 



$13,928,420.95 



Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 359,895. 12 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $13,568,525.83 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



97 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1930 



Municipality 



Acton 

Agincourt 
Ailsa Craig. . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. 

Ancaster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp. . -. 
Beachville. . . . 
Belle River. . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton. . . . 
Brantford 
Brantford twp 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 

Caledona 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright. . . . 

Dash wood. . . . 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 
Dutton 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1930 



13 years 

6 " 

10 " 

7 " 
13 " 

7 " 

4 " 

7 " 

11 " 
13 " 

7 " 

13 " 

8 " 
10 " 

7 " 

10 " 

10 " 

14 " 

11 " 

7 " 



7 

10 

9 

13 

6 
6 

10 



Amount 



22,944.10 
2,995.69 
6,998.55 
6,589.68 

17,899.54 

5,154.75 
1,578.90 

15,580.60 
5,508.77 

14,516.75 

1,729.16 
17,589.93 

3,285.53 
14,966.70 

3,087.68 

8,043.77 

8,707.28 

65,045.47 

331,278.60 

9,134.42 



1,153.64 
5,001.96 
4,491.88 
5,412.70 
2,208.55 

8,403.54 

484.96 

2,892.90 

160,923.97 

6,898.13 

2,082.37 

18,757.65 

8,370.76 

941.80 

2,001.97 

3,541.74 
1,080.89 
2,767.65 
4,605.73 
12,558.73 

2,537.87 

2,382.69 

61,026.15 

21,203.86 

7,804.07 



Municipality 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 

London twp 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1930 



8 years 

12 " 

11 " 

11 " 

7 " 

6 " 

7 " 



11 



14 
12 

7 

11 
9 
14 
12 
14 

9 
7 
9 
14 
9 

7 
14 

7 

7 

14 

10 
5 
7 
9 

14 

11 

6 

10 

10 

7 

7 
9 

12 
9 

13 



Amount 



85,588.91 

34,758.51 

16,421.55 

4,755.62 

1,623.79 

439.41 
10,307.75 
56,972.51 
16,339.86 
18,472.03 

1,471.27 

10,978.74 

227,733.82 

38,894.89 

7,076.39 

50,600.45 

3,469.55 

263,987.99 

34,726.60 

1,333,362.13 

13,437.77 
6,258.50 
5,671.22 

35,959.49 
4,395.36 

5,841.61 
75,176.79 

4,985.78 

14,226.18 

497,597.47 

3,636.66 

3,855.35 

23,093.04 

27,700.72 

897,425.49 

63,663.42 
4,159.76 
8,572.42 
6,647.57 
5,872.30 

5,117.69 
26,689.32 
48,961.49 
21,205.66 
49,976.26 



98 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1930 



Municipality 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. . 

New Toronto . . . 
Niagara Falls. . . 
Niagara-on-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward . . . 
Port Colborne. . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. . 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 
Port Stanley. . . . 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill. . 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. . 
St. Clair Beach. . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp. . . . 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp. . . 
StoufTville 



Period of 

years ending 

Oct. 31, 1930 



14 years 

7 " 

10 " 

7 " 

14 " 

11 " 

10 " 

7 " 

13 " 

7 " 

9 " 

9 " 

11 " 

7 " 
9 " 

11 " 

8 " 

9 " 
13 " 

9 " 

7 " 

4 " 

13 " 

14 " 

11 " 

7 " 

6 " 
10 " 

8 ■ 

12 " 

8 " 

9 " 
8 " 

10 " 

8 " 

14 " 

14 " 

7 " 

9 " 

7 " 

14 years 

10 " 

8 " 

9 " 

7 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

18,057.57 
2,476.00 
2,611.95 
1,614.49 

21,205.02 



163,793. 
226,811. 

10,873. 

15,893. 

10,991. 

3,168. 
16,584. 
47,613. 

6,853. 
41,907. 

3,719. 
17,362. 
32,083. 
12,791. 
10,743. 

7,928. 

1,887. 

15,838. 

114,313. 

2,685. 

2,607. 

4,578. 
16,278. 
26,385. 

4,502. 

4,592. 
198,930. 
2,309. 
5,334. 
5,456. 

55,377. 
188,433. 

81,184. 
222,267. 

49,453. 

28,597. 

30,829. 

3,740. 

31,012. 

4,785. 



Municipality 



Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville . . . . 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. . . . 
Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York East twp. . 
York North twp 
Zurich 



Sandwich, Windsor & 
Amherstburg Ry. . . 

Toronto Transporta- 
tion Commission . . 

Windsor, Essex & 
Lake Shore Ry. . 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 3 1,1930 



14 years 
11 " 



10 
14 
14 
12 
11 



10 
7 
14 
10 
14 



9 " 



Amount 



240,367.83 
33,528.21 

4,060.18 
16,770.46 

8,009.09 



6,913.75 
6,720.68 
3,210.91 
3,887.82 
26,298.75 



17,424.77 

34,639.54 

6,978,210.21 

29,725.55 

247,727.70 



73,888.74 
1,182.11 
9,772.03 

11,976.35 
102,032.46 



7,854.84 

103,773.80 

7,424.00 

13,317.15 

90,084.03 



3,747.14 

736,357.69 

11,269.16 

146,506.22 

3,122.44 



61,766.45 

21,977.44 

5,396.71 



62,635.68 

110,183.96 

2,176.82 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



99 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1930 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1930 



Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D. . 
Alvinston R.P.D.... 
Amherstburg R.P.D 
Aylmer R.P.D 



Ayr R.P.D 

Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D. 
Belle River R.P.D. 
Blenheim R.P.D.. 

Bond Lake R.P.D. 
Bothwell R.P.D.. . 
Brampton R.P.D. 

Brant R.P.D 

Brigden R.P.D.. . 



Burford R.P.D.. . 
Caledonia R.P.D. 
Chatham R.P.D.. 
Chippawa R.P.D. 
Clinton R.P.D.... 



Delaware R.P.D. . 
Dorchester R.P.D. 
Dresden R.P.D.. . 
Drumbo R.P.D.. . 
Dundas R.P.D.... 



Dunnville R.P.D. 
Dutton R.P.D.. . 

Elmira R.P.D 

Elora R.P.D 

Essex R.P.D 



Exeter R.P.D 

Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 

Georgetown R.P.D. 
Goderich R.P.D.. . 

Grantham R.P.D.. 

Guelph R.P.D 

Haldimand R.P.D. 
Harriston R.P.D... 
Harrow R.P.D 



Ingersoll R.P.D.. 

Jordan R.P.D 

Keswick R.P.D.. . 
Kingsville R.P.D. 



3 years 

1 " 

2 " 
7 " 
9 " 

5 " 

9 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

61.55 

0.87 

27.29 

15,389.19 

6,206.28 

533.35 

5,842.36 

19,618.06 

7,178.18 

2,940.95 

12,872.81 
2,935.15 
2,013.60 
7,743.42 
1,113.27 

1,668.59 
3,445.35 
9,642.15 
4,116.54 
1,484.38 

7,347.05 

11,913.80 

127.28 

3,079.39 
10,235.40 

122.34 
1,157.55 

585.26 
2,246.31 
4,890.70 

6,441. 

275.66 
2,951.82 
1,747.06 
1,515.17 

12,082.46 

3,124.71 

1,516.61 

36.22 

4,977.14 

4,800.18 

3,843.16 

6,523.52 

19,384.75 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1930 



Listowel R.P.D.. . . 

London R.P.D 

Lucan R.P.D 

Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D.. 

Merlin R.P.D 

Milton R.P.D...:.. 
Milverton R.P.D... 
Mitchell R.P.D... 
Newmarket R.P.D. 

Niagara R.P.D 

Norwich R.P.D.. . . 
Oil Springs R.P.D. 
Palmerston R.P.D. 
Petrolia R.P.D 



Preston R.P.D 

Ridgetown R.P.D... 
St. Jacobs R.P.D.. . 
St. Marys R.P.D... 
St. Thomas R.P.D.. 

Saltfleet R.P.D 

Sandwich R.P.D.... 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D 

Seaforth R.P.D 

Simcoe R.P.D 

Stamford R.P.D.... 
Stratford R.P.D.... 
Strathroy R.P.D.... 
Streetsville R.P.D. . 

Tavistock R.P.D... 
Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D.. 
Wallaceburg R.P.D. 

Walsingham R.P.D. 

Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D.. 
Waterford R.P.D.. . 
Watford R.P.D 



Welland R.P.D 

Woodbridge, R.P.D. 
Woodstock R.P.D... 



4 years 

8 " 

5 " 

9 " 

8 " 

2 " 

6 " 

4 " 

5 " 

7 u 

9 " 

6 " 

5 " 

4 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
1,807.48 
29,367.31 
1,552.40 
4,599.75 
6,412.57 

1,661.00 
2,162.47 
820 . 64 
3,244.50 
4,288.24 

11,934.56 

10,272.73 

1,315.07 

117.35 

500.86 

18,212.70 
8,496.34 
5,671.80 
2,891.92 

12,346.29 



20,935. 

27,028 

11,962 

3,926 

752, 



3,068.16 
3,287.31 
5,117.49 
783.40 
5,806.69 

3,259.01 
1,241.93 
1,957.41 
11,869.45 
6,536.09 

1,808.65 
1,684.77 
7,778.69 
2,358.54 
87.23 

29,843.10 
14,977.97 
13,999.65 



$16,534,198.80 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



200 TWENTY-ThIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1930 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1929 $14,172,354.72 

Add: 

Sinking fund provided on rural lines transferred to rural power districts to 

October 31, 1929 1,075 .06 

$14,173,429.78 

Deduct: 

Sinking fund on certain equipment sold $38.00 

Sinking fund on the value of certain transmission lines 

transferred to rural power districts 691 . 59 

729.59 

$14,172,700.19 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1930, in respect of: 

Advances by the Province for construction of transmission 

lines and stations $435,859 . 03 

Advances by the Province for construction 'of rural power 

districts 44,370.01 

Advances by the Province for construction of pipe line to 

Ontario Power generating station 36,923 . 85 

Advances by the Province for construction of Queenston- 

Chippawa development 795,984 . 23 

Bonds issued and assumed by the Commission in connection 

with the purchase of the properties of the Ontario Power 

Company, Toronto Power Company, Essex system and 

Thorold system 481,453 . 90 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the credit 

of the reserve accounts - 566,907 . 59 

2,361,498.61 

$16,534,198.80 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

Rural Lines, for the year ending October 31, 1930 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 


Milton 


$ c. 
15,909.84 
19,617.60 


$ c. 
789.13 
823.94 


$ c. 
286.38 
353.12 


$ c. 
318.20 
392.35 


$ c. 
159.10 
196.18 


$ c. 
1,552.81 
1,765.59 


Welland 


Totals 


35,527.44 


1,613.07 


639.50 


710.55 


355.28 


3,318.40 





NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1930 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 

October 31, 1930 


Amount 


Milton 


17 years 

18 " 


$ c. 
2,256.86 

8,455.42 


Welland - 






Total. . . 


10,712.28 







202 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 
Operating Account for Year 

Cost of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $53,201 . 27 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $336,357.03 

Rural power districts 23,704 . 25 

360,061.28 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation and transrhission equipment $284,722 . 95 

Rural power districts 14,705.71 

299,428.66 

Provision for renewal of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $80,531 .01 

Rural power districts 1 1 ,844 . 29 

92,375.30 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment. . . . : $23,850.93 

Rural power districts 1 1 ,844 . 29 

35,695.22 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $59,397 . 99 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power 6,577.71 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 3,368.40 

69,344.10 



$910,105.83 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 





Interim rates 




Average 




Share of operating 




per 


Share of 


horse- 










horsepower 


capital cost 


power 




Operating 






collected by 


of system 


supplied 


Cost of 


main- 




Municipality 


Commission 


on which 


in year 


power 


tenance 






during year 


interest and 


after cor- 


pur- 


and 


Interest 






fixed 
charges are 


rection 
for power 


chased 


adminis- 
trative 






To 


To 






Jan. 1 


Oct. 31 


payable 


factor 




expenses 






1930 


1930 













Alliston. . . 
Arthur. . . 
Barrie. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton . . . 



Bradford . . , 
Brechin. . . . 
Cannington 
Chatsworth 
Chesley 



38.00 



55.00 
44.00 
48.00 



$ c. 
60.00 
75.00 
30.00 
37.00 
80.00 

65.00 
50.00 
40.00 
45.00 
43.00 



$ c. 




88,272.22 


189.4 


63,963.13 


107.8 


509,866.18 


1,948.5 


66,633.49 


253.8 


62,891.31 


109.9 


72,903.23 


134.0 


18,999.05 


49.8 


43,490.51 


150.6 


13,584.27 


44.1 


144,856.22 


437.3 



$ 


c. 


463 


24 


263 


66 


4,765 


72 


620 


75 


268 


80 


327 


74 


121 


80 


368 


34 


107 


86 


1,069 


57 



$ 


c. 


3,636 


03 


2,640 


72 


25,516 


16 


3,608 


56 


2,413 


18 


3,003 


75 


1,205 


94 


2,321 


79 


990 


14 


6,817 


94 



$ c. 
3,817.45 
2,771.41 
19,802.81 
2,722.46 
2,785.34 

3,155.72 
793.72 

1,783.92 
563.48 

5,962.36 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31st, 1930 



Revenue for period 



Collected from municipalities. $733,242.04 

Power sold to private companies 83,516.59 

Collected from customers in rural power districts. 109,933.71 



$926,692.34 



Add: 



Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year $13,932.65 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year 7,875 . 26 



— 21,807.91 

$948,500.25 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in the 

year :•■:•• $34,738.03 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 3,656.39 

38,394.42 

Revenue $910,105.83 

$910,105.83 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1931) 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
1,304.88 
1,011.73 
4,887.52 

706.34 
1,009.28 

1,124.72 
256.39 
495.97 
162.00 

1,762.41 



$ 


c. 


•280 


08 


200 


19 


1,694 


52 


232 


22 


193 


90 


232 


00 


67 


23 


153 


51 


52 


96 


487 


01 



$ 


c. 


883 


45 


644 


48 


4,594 


17 


635 


12 


645 


37 


731 


14 


186 


64 


417 


33 


131 


03 


1,381 


46 



$ c. 
16.03 

9.13 

164.94 

21.48 

9.30 

11.35 
4.22 

12.75 
3.73 

37.02 



$ 


c. 


10,401 


16 


7,541 


32 


61,425 


84 


8,546 


93 


7,325 


17 


8,586 


42 


2,635 


94 


5,553 


61 


2,011 


20 


17,517 


77 



$ 


c. 


11,361 


20 


8,085 


59 


58,455 


75 


9,426 


66 


8,793 


95 


8,712 


28 


2,531 


26 


6,127 


18 


2,008 


45 


18,804 


89 



$ c. 
960 . 04 
544.27 



879.73 
1,468.78 

125.86 



573.57 
V,287!l2 



$ c. 



2,970.09 



104.68 



2.75 



204 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 





Interim rates 


Share of 


Average 
horse- 




Share 


of operating 




per 








horsepower 


capital cost 


power 




Operating 






collected by 


of system 


supplied 


Cost of 


main- 




Municipality 


Commission 


on which 


in year 


power 


tenance 






during year 


interest and 


after cor- 


pur- 


and 


Interest 






fixed 
charges are 


rection 
for power 


chased 


adminis- 
trative 






To 


To 






Jan. 1 


Oct. 31 


payable 


factor 




expenses 






1930 


1930 













Coldwater. . 
Collingwood 
Cookstown . . 
Creemore. . . 
Dundalk. . . . 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 
Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . . 



Kirkfield. 
Lucknow . 
Markdale. 
Meaford. . 
Midland. . 



Mount Forest 
Muskoka twp. 
Neustadt .... 
Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound . 



Paisley 

Penetanguishene. 
Port McNicoll.. . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 



Ripley 

Shelburne. . 
Stayner. . . . 
Sunderland 
Tara 



Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 



Waubaushene 
Windermere. . 
Wingham. . . . 
Woodville. . . . 



$ c. 
40.00 



58.00 
40.00 



50.00 
45.00 
60.00 

25.00 



65. 0C 



70.00 



42.00 



45.00 



48.00 



60.00 



58.00 



85.00 



63.00 
93.00 



60.00 
42.00 



65.00 
58.00 



$ c. 
36.00 
40.00 
55.00 
55.00 
37.00 

33.00 
36.00 
48.00 
43.00 
58.00 

24.00 
37.00 
90.00 
27.00 
60.00 

60.00 
(5.00 
36.00 
40.00 
26.00 

40.00 



70.00 
45.00 
30.00 

58.00 
35.00 
33.00 
50.00 
85.00 

80.00 
41.00 
44.00 
55.00 
80.00 

58.00 
90.00 
96.00 
55.00 
40.00 

40.00 

140.00 

60.00 

53.00 



$ c. 
64,963.33 
477,315.27 
19,352.63 
41,337.93 
41,466.02 

127,896.62 
44,630.17 
16,271.72 
24,336.24 
43,590.24 

69,015.74 
290,197.24 

14,033.65 
162,584.57 
185,286.14 

13,171.29 

95,299.72 

35,947.98 

122,788.07 

782,168.96 

108,827.89 

10,752.71 

32,083.31 

161,153.16 

773,027.38 

54,003.78 

166,969.12 

23,542.80 

74,104.79 

7,385.69 

33,950.66 
59,104.35 
41,852.25 
24,578.38 
25,682.42 

45,234.79 

14,602.40 

46,203. 

77,436.04 

21,697.96 

11,737.34 

20,121.32 

173,077.64 

22,392.56 



241.2 


1,631.6 


46.1 


103.6 


157.9 


503.9 


161.1 


45.9 


78.5 


98.3 


548.2 


1,013.1 


17.0 


1,005.2 


390.8 


30.5 


186.2 


134.8 


358.7 


3,227.2 


332.9 


26.8 


33.9 


485.3 


3,185.3 


126.6 


583.9 


88.5 


182.1 


13.5 


50.6 


192.8 


145.9 


58.2 


64.6 


91.4 


24.8 


65.8 


177.7 


69.8 


38.8 


12.3 


332.5 


54.9 



$ c. 
589.94 
3,990.63 
112.75 
253.39 
386.20 

1,232.46 
394.02 
112.26 
192.00 
240.43 



2,477.88 

41.58 

12.72 

955.83 

74.60 

455.42 

329.70 

877.32 

7,893.21 

814.22 

65.55 

82.91 

1,186.97 

7,790.73 

309.64 

1,428.12 

216.46 

445.39 

33.02 

123.76 
471.56 
356.85 
142.35 
158.00 

223.55 
60.66 
160.94 
434 . 64 
170.72 

94.90 

30.08 

813.24 

134.28 



$ c. 
3,138.09 
28,730.20 
1,178.66 
2,214.54 
2,426.46 

7,306.37 
2,740.29 
875.61 
1,338.96 
1,954.52 

6,657.45 

12,719.23 

394.73 

11,620.39 

7,238.63 

516.51 

4,001.78 

2,111.81 

4,951.62 

35,364.73 

4,944.80 
592.67 
713.94 

7,440.02 
38,865.96 

2,571.79 
7,096.19 
1,107.76 
3,119.96 
483.80 

1,508.73 
3,129.82 
2,876.41 
1,080.72 
1,308.67 

1,826.45 
615.73 
1,737.57 
3,201.88 
1,196.80 

739.66 

427.27 

6,282.11 

912.29 



$ c. 

2,678.40 

19,682.24 

825.31 
1,752.16 
1,696.72 

5,217.83 
1,824.53 
687.13 
1,013.01 
1,863.47 

3,084.59 

11,966.69 

639.95 

7,331.28 

7,998.44 

557.64 
4,130.47 
1,476.60 

5,185.73 
31,676.47 

4,549.92 

459.59 

1,412.54 

6,765.75 

31,405.02 

2,284.41 
6,838.22 

966 . 73 
3,130.97 

320.99 

1,487.02 
2,451.67 
1,718.65 
1,034.05 
1,225.70 

1,947.56 

635.04 

2,059.70 

3,276.12 

901.41 

485.93 

376.20 

7,497.88 

937.85 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 


Total cost 
of power 




Amounts remaining to 








be credited or charged 








excess of 


for year as 


Amounts 


to each municipality 








revenue 


provided to 


paid to the 


upon ascertainment of 




Obsoles- 




from power 


be paid 


Commission 


the actual cost of 


Renewals 


cence and 


Sinking 


sold to 


under 


by each 


power by annual 




contin- 


fund 


private 


Power 


municipality 


adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


Commission 
Act 








Credited 


Charged 



$ 


c. 


700 


67 


5,495 


44 


272 


46 


569 


55 


437 


46 


1,307 


38 


492 


79 


211 


52 


258 


39 


627 


85 


665 


05 


3,290 


09 


248 


40 


1,921 


94 


2,734.99 


185 


31 


1,442 


68 


349 


05 


1,565 


56 


7,640 


79 


1,350.40 


147 


50 


557 


56 


2,018 


66 


7,538 


38 


751 


57 


1,891 


47 


251 


40 


1,013 


84 


114 


21 


553 


11 


703 


62 


474 


81 


347 


09 


414 


17 


677 


68 


230 


40 


775 


26 


1,086 


36 


260 


87 


138 


46 


139 


51 


2,635 


70 


312 


05 



$ c. 

239.08 

1,643.70 

68.41 
132.56 
150.69 

465.71 

163.17 

60.92 

85.08 

144.10 

295.79 

1,060.70 

41.53 

621.50 

589.07 

42.17 

306.09 

127.06 

416.28 

2,695.14 

365.59 
35.05 
91.43 

539.35 
2,722.81 

171.16 
579.58 

86.89 
234.47 

32.69 

103.30 

214.86 

145.77 

• 80.15 

99.44 

165.85 

51.29 

140.55 

246.07 

78.34 

46.63 

27.86 

563.11 

72.36 



$ 


c. 


619 


06 


4,585 


57 


191 


27 


407 


32 


394 


09 


1,210 


96 


426 


54 


158 


97 


235 


10 


432 


51 


715 


44 


2,782 


97 


148 


41 


1,706 


34 


1,845 


29 


129 


20 


952 


69 


342 


21 


1,196 


30 


7,369 


99 


1,056 


25 


105 


45 


328 


71 


1,566 


16 


7,272 


61 


527 


01 


1,601 


45 


224 


15 


722 


65 


74 


13 


343 


69 


570 


42 


401 


31 


243 


11 


285 


05 


451 


60 


147 


03 


476 


42 


756 


28 


209 


74 


113 


14 


86 


21 


1,732 


55 


221 


23 



$ c. 


20.42 


138.12 


3.90 


8.77 


13.37 


42.66 


13.64 


3.89 


6.65 


8.32 


46.40 


85.76 


1.44 


85.09 


33.08 


2.58 


15.76 


11.41 


30.36 


273.19 


28.18 


2.27 


2.87 


41.08 


269.64 


10.72 


49.43 


7.49 


15.41 


1.14 


4.28 


16.32 


12.35 


4.93 


5.47 


7.74 


2.10 


5.57 


15.05 


5.91 


3.28 


1.04 


28.15 


4.65 



$ c. 
7,985.66 
64,265.90 
2,652.76 
5,338.29 
5,504.99 

16,783.37 
6,054.98 
2,110.30 
3,129.19 
5,271.20 

11,464.72 
34,383.32 
1,516.04 
23,299.26 
21,395.33 

1,508.01 
11,304.89 

4,747.84 
14,223.17 
92,913.52 

13,109.36 

1,408.08 

3,189.96 

19,557.99 

95,865.15 

6,626.30 
19,484.46 
2,860.88 
8,682.69 
1,059.98 

4,123.89 
7,558.27 
5,986.15 
2,932.40 
3,496.50 

5,300.43 
1,742.25 
5,356.01 
9,016.40 
2,823.79 

1,622.00 

1,088.17 

19,552.74 

2,594.71 



$ c. 
8,825.23 
65,262.63 
2,532.72 
5,755.72 
5,940.38 

16,629.21 
5,797.95 
2,219.55 
3,402.23 
5,733.67 

13,262.24 
37,513.65 
1,530.00 
27,140.00 
23,762.65 

1,832.00 
12,287.81 

4,854.00 
14,482.45 
83,906.54 

13,623.20 

1,379.53 

2,316.36 

22,105.21 

95,559.91 

7,383.29 
20,437 16 
2,919.65 
9,325.76 
1,145.33 

4,092.31 
7,902.69 
6,421.02 
3,281.83 
5,311.56 

5,303. 1C 
2,229.00 
6,319.20 
9,919.86 
2,816.88 

1,550.96 

1,719.66 

20,244.66 

2,956.07 



$ c. 
839.57 
996.73 



417.43 
435.39 



109.25 
273.04 
462.47 

1,797.52 
3,130.33 
13.96 
3,840.74 
2,367.32 

323.99 
982.92 
106.16 
259.28 



513.84 



2,547.22 



756.99 

952.70 

58.77 

643.07 

85.35 



344.42 

434.87 

349.43 

1,815.06 

2.67 
486.75 
963.19 
903 . 46 



631.49 
691.92 
361.36 



$ c. 



120.04 



154.16 
257.03 



9,006.98 



28.55 
873.60 



305 . 24 



31.58 



6.91 



71.04 



206 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 





Interim rates 


Share of 


Average 
horse- 




Share of operating 




per 








horsepower 


capital cost 


power 




Operating 






collected by 


of system 


supplied 


Cost of 


main- 




Municipality 


Commission 


on which 


in year 


power 


tenance 






during year 


interest and 


after cor- 


pur- 


and 


Interest 






fixed 
charges are 


rection 
for power 


chased 


adminis- 
trative 






To 


To 






Jan. 1 


Oct. 31 


payable 


factor 




expenses 






1930 


1930 













Essa 



Rural Power Districts 
Alliston R.P.D. — Tossorontio, 

and Tecumseh twps 

Arthur R. P. D — Luther E. twp 

Bala R.P.D.— Wood and Medora twps. 
Barrie R.P.D. — Vespra, Oro and Innis- 

fil twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — Wood, Medora 

and Monck twps 



Beaverton R.P.D. — Mara twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— King twp 

Buckskin R.P.D.— M a t c h e da s h 

Wood and Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D. — Brock 

and Eldon twps 

Cannington No. 2, R.P.D.— Brock 

twp 



Chatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp. . . 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos, Medonte, Ves- 
pra and Oro twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp. . 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina twp. 

Hawkestone R.P.D. — Oro and Orillia 
twps 



Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and Gwillim 

bury W. twps 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Reach, Mariposa 

and Brock twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia and 

Glenelg twps 

Medonte R.P.D. — Tay twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga 

twp 



Orangeville R.P.D. — Garafraxa E. 
and Amaranth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Reach, Cart- 
wright, Scugog and Manvers twp.. . . 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Mulmur and 
Melancthon twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Rama, Orillia 
N., Morrison and Matchedash twps. 

Tara R.P.D. — Derby, Keppel, Amabel 
and Arran twps 



Thornton R.P.D.— Essa twp 

Utterson R.P.D. — Stephenson, Wood 
and Medora twps 



17,493.15 

487.78 

12,199.53 

54,277.65 

26,567.20 

340.27 
1,795.36 

6,060.42 

5,618.64 

6,675.64 

3,889.83 

8,719.19 
1,825.46 
8,816.55 

2,784.83 

45,497.53 

36,062.30 

203 . 25 
498.01 

8,582.66 

8,478.75 
26,889.69 

1,989.93 
16,772.48 
13,963.80 

1,798.20 
13,289.94 



41.2 

1.1 

44.6 

154.0 

95.2 

0.9 

3.3 

17 A 

17.3 

20.3 

9.4 

20.4 

4.9 

32.3 

10.6 

99.7 

110.0 

0.9 
1.7 

27.7 

24.3 
65.0 

4.6 
71.6 
41.7 

2.5 
12.4 



100.77 

2.69 

109.08 

376.66 

232.84 

2.20 
8.07 

42.56 

42.31 

49.65 

22.99 

49.89 
11.98 
79.00 

259.13 

243.85 

269.04 

2.20 
4.16 

67.75 

59.43 
158.98 

11.25 

175.12 

101.99 

6.11 

30.33 



$ 


c. 


683 
19 

519 


25 
04 
00 


2,389 


39 


1,377 


38 


20 
65 


59 

73 


254 


70 


254 


93 


309 


21 


273 


02 


345 
62 

587 


99 
49 
05 


133 


60 


1,865 


.78 


1,577 


.75 


9 
26 


.86 
.78 


481 


.38 


360 


.60 


1,494 


.43 



252.28 
859.00 
844.42 
53.51 
236.58 



<B> C. 

747.21 

21.11 

469.33 

2,004.08 

1,105.11 

14.58 
78.51 

257.29 

234.06 

277.70 

167.36 

284.98 

76.55 

364.68 

94.37 

1,800.57 

1,503.01 

6.95 
20.89 

353.14 

358.81 
1,134.06 

84.96 
678.95 
610.25 

62.93 
278.71 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 




Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

ths actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ cJ 


$ c. 


$ c 


244.07 

7.03 

107.88 


56.58 

1.62 

40.78 


171.23 

4.84 

107.55 


3.48 
0.09 


2,006.59 

56.42 

1,353.62 


2,006.59 

56.42 
1,353.62 


see page 
a 


209 

a 
a 


571.90 


179.43 


460.82 


13.04 


5,995.32 


5,995.32 


u 


a 


295.08 


103.79 


254.10 


8.06 


3,376.36 


3,376.36 


u 


a 


4.58 
27.70 


1.20 
5.71 


3.34 
18.00 


0.07 
0.28 


46.56 
204.00 


46.56 
204.00 


a 
tt 


a 
a 


78.02 


25.27 


59.12 


1.47 


718.43 


718.43 


it 


a 


69.48 


19.20 


54.52 


1.46 


675.96 


675.96 


a 


a 


83.12 


22.83 


64.82 


1.72 


809.05 


809.05 


see page 


211 


54.42 


16.39 


38.40 


0.80 


573.38 


573.38 


a 


a 


84.72 
22.26 
96.61 


26.65 

6.85 

31.24 


65.77 
17.90 
84.37 


1.73 
0.41 

2.73 


859.73 

198.44 

1,245.68 


859.73 

198.44 

1,245.68 


a 
a 
it 


u 
a 
a 


20.20 


8.56 


21.63 


0.90 


538.39 


538.39 


tt 


a 


588.90 


141.73 


413.46 


8.44 


5,062.73 


5,062.73 


tt 


u 


444 . 84 


124.58 


348.30 


9.31 


4,276.83 


4,276.83 


it 


u 


1.60 

5.74 


0.75 
1.96 


1.90 
4.79 


0.08 
0.14 


■ 23.34 
64.46 


23.34 
64.46 


tt 


tt 


102.88 


30.31 


82.90 


2.34 


1,120.70 


1,120.70 


tt 


" 


109.26 


29.05 


82.73 


2.06 


1,001.94 


1,001.94 


a 


tt 


366.72 


85.01 


260.50 


5.51 


3,505.21 


3,505.21 


tt 


a 


28.38 


7.56 


19.72 


0.39 


404 . 54 


404 . 54 


It 


tt 


157.76 


63.20 


157.32 


6.06 


2,097.41 


2,097.41 


tt 


it 


184.62 


52.89 


140.45 


3.53 


1,938.15 


1,938.15 


" 


a 


22.46 


4.98 


14.42 


0.21 


164.62 


164.62 




a 


96.88 


22.25 


63.87 


1.05 


729.67 


729.67 


a 


tt 



208 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To I To 

Jan. 1 Oct. 31 

1930 I 1930 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Uxbridge R.P.D.— Uxbridge, Scott,- 
Georgina, Reach and Brock twps. . . 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D.— Brant 
twp 

Wasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga, Sunni- 
dale and Flos twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Turnberry 
and Morris twps 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies and Distributing 
systems 

Non-operating capital 

Grand Totals 



$ c. 
26,633.16 

725.03 

27,935.11 

22,647.68 



5,786,635.76 
409,519.02 

744,067.99 



6,940,222.77 
57,530.83 



6,997,753.60 



60.4 

1.5 

89.5 

41.6 



19,843.9 
1,128.0 

2,232.7 



$ c. 
147.72 

3.67 

218.90 

101.75 



44,748.36 
2,992.07 

5,460.84 



$ c. 
1,113.86 

84.57 

1,629.24 

908.65 



283,415.79 
19,094.06 

33,847.18 



23,204.6 53,201.27 336,357.03 284,722.95 



$ c. 

1,132.48 

30.49 

1,160.44 

990.17 



239,616.25 
16,403.73 

28,702.97 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Alliston R.P.D. — Tossorontio, Essa and Te- 
cumseh twps 

Arthur R.P.D.— Luther E. twp 

Bala R.P.D. — Wood and Medora twps 

Barrie R.P.D. — Vespra, Oro and Innisfil twps. . 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — Wood, Medora and Monck 
twps 



Beaverton R.P.D.— Mara twp 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseh twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— King twp 

Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash, Wood and 

Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D. — Brock and Eldon 

twps 



$ c 

35,012.83 

♦1,284.39 

♦39,675.04 

75,659.23 

49,003.83 

6,466.64 

565.92 

1,483.85 

3,620.34 

♦6,934.86 



$ 
17,255 

595 
18,952 
37,829 



24,501.92 

3,233.32 
282.96 
741.92 



2,929.13 



$ 

17,757 

688 

20,722 

37,829 


c. 
70 
89 
91 
61 


24,501 


91 


3,233 

282 
741 


32 
96 
93 


3,620 


34 


4,005 


73 



$ c. 

2,006.59 

56.42 

1,353.62 

5,995.32 

3,376.36 
46.56 

"204'66 
718.43 
675.96 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 
power districts. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

reyenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence anc 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
374.82 

10.77 

336.49 

349 . 64 


$ c. 
84.70 

2.84 

100.72 

75.41 


$ c. 
260.00 

7.23 

269.99 

227.23 


$ c. 
5.11 

0.13 

7.57 

3.52 


$ c. 
3,118.69 

139.70 

3,723.35 

2,656.37 


$ c. 
3,118.69 

139.70 

3,723.35 

2,650.37 


$ c. 
see page 

a 

u 


$ c. 
211 

a 

a 

a 


67,522.69 
4,948.83 


19,836.97 
1,374.04 

2,639.92 


55,616.77 
3,781.22 

6,577.71 


1,679.83 
91.69 

(1,771.52) 


712,436.66 
48,685.64 

83,516.59 


733,242.04 
48,685.64 

83,516.59 


34,738.03 


13,932.65 


8,059.49 










80,531.01 


23,850.93 


65,975.70 




844,638.89 


865,444.27 

















RURAL POWER DISTRICTS RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 

and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 

on 
capital 
invest- 
ment 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ 


c. 


447 


24 


9 


41 


2,374 


67 


2,332 


72 


1,916 


35 


71 


18 


1 


40 


9 


11 


119 


55 


214 


56 



$. 


c. 


423 


68 


29 


02 


656 


96 


1,151 


32 


1,020 


35 


37 


15 


12 


94 


34 


09 


162 


62 


180 


37 



$ c. 

355.58 

23.40 

542.79 

1,002.27 

888.26 

32.34 
11.32 
29.68 

70.78 

135.93 



$ 


c. 


355 


58 


23 


40 


542 


79 


,002 


27 


888 


26 


32 


34 


11 


32 


29 


68 


70 


78 


135 


93 



$ c. 

95.32 

6.65 

150.56 

263 . 84 

233.84 

8.52 
2.98 

7.82 

37.27 
41.33 



$ c. 
3,683.99 

148.30 

5,621.39 

11,747.74 

8,323.42 

228.09 
39.96 

314.38 

1,179.43 
1,384.08 



$ c. 

3,854.23 

166.87 

5,748.47 

11,655.41 

8,006.94 

107.52 

39.96 

242.35 

969.94 

1,558.54 



$ c. 

170.24 

18.57 

127.08 


$ c. 
92^33 




316.48 




120.57 








72.03 




209.49 


174.46 





210 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM — 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Cannington No. 2, R. P. D — Brock twp 

Chatsworth R.P.D. — Holland twp 

Elmvale R.P.D. — Flos, Medonte, Vespra and 

Oro twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina twp 



Hawkestone R.P.D. — Oro and Orillia twps. . . . 

Holstein R.P.D. — Egremont twp 

Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and Gwillimbury W 

twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Reach, Mariposa and Brock 

twps 



Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia and Glenelg twps, 

Meaford R.P.D.— St. Vincent twp 

Medonte R.P.D. — Tay twp 

Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga twp 



Orangeville R.P.D. — Garafraxa E. and Amar- 
anth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D. — Reach, Cartwright, Scugog 
and Manvers twps 

Ripley R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Mulmur and Melancthon 
twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D.— Rama, Orillia N., 
Morrison and Matchedash twps 



Tara R.P.D.— Derby, Kippel, Amabel and 
Arran twps 

Thornton R.P.D. — Essa twp 

Utterson R.P.D. — Stephenson, Wood and Me- 
dora twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D. — Uxbridge, Scott, Georgina, 
Reach and Brock twps 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D. — Brant twp 



Wasaga R.P.D.- 

Flos twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. 

Morris twps . . 



-Nottawasaga, Sunnidale and 
— Howich, Turnberry and 



Non-operating capital. 
Totals 



$ c 

1*0,248.48 

1,410.01 

22,714.95 

2,871.75 

17,512.92 

39,356.90 
283 . 84 

59,052.99 
615.03 

68,235.15 

•1,725.33 

1,272.15 

4,209.16 

513.09 

16,375.60 



13,277.84 

62,786.98 
395.67 

♦4,751.18 

44,080.64 



'28,554.68 
9,646.64 

18,246.60 

66,817.81 
2,285.90 



40,218.60 
29.238.97 



786,405.79 

44,285.85 



830,691.64 



$ c 

4,349.52 

705.01 

11,225.15 
1,435.88 
8,756.46 

19,678.45 
141.92 

29,526.50 
307.51 

34,117.58 

783.29 
636.07 

2,104.58 
256.54 

8,187.80 



6,638.92 

31,393.49 
197.83 

1,925.48 

22,040.32 



14,090.57 
4,823.32 

9,123.30 

33,408.90 
1,142.95 



14,213.35 



367,532.32 



$ c 

5,898.96 

705.00 

11,489.80 
1,435.87 
8,756.46 

19,678.45 
141.92 

29,526.49 
307.52 

34,117.57 

942.04 
636.08 

2,104.58 
256.55 

8,187.80 



6,638.92 

31,393.49 

197.84 

2,825.70 
22,040.32 



14,464.11 
4,823.32 

9,123.30 

33,408.91 
1,142.95 



40,218.60 
15,025.62 



418,873.47 
44,285.85 



463,159.32 



$ c. 
809.05 
573.38 

859.73 

198.44 

1,245.68 

538.39 



5,062.73 



4,276.83 
23.34 



64.46 
1,126! 70 

1,001.94 

3,505.21 



404 . 54 
2,097.41 



1,938.15 
164.62 

729.67 

3,118.69 
139.70 



3,723.35 
2,656.37 



48,685.64 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 
power districts. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remaining 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
and 


Interest 

on 
capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 


adminis- 
tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

423.53 

88.70 

468.36 


$ c. 

246.46 

31.48 

160.06 

64.18 

398.82 

224.49 
3.66 

1,132.05 
14.05 

1,402.64 

38.68 
29.19 
32.23 
11.73 
364.36 

305.06 

921.15 
8.99 

127.56 

1,005.79 

613.59 
36.63 

138.32 

1,258.01 

52.52 

1,701.34 
674.17 


$ c. 

183.56 

27.40 

134.04 

55.87 
347.19 

195.43 
3.19 

985.50 
12.30 

1,221.06 

30.50 
25.45 
28.06 
10.25 
317.19 

265.57 

801.90 
7.91 

93.04 

875.58 

526.69 
31.89 

120.41 

1,095.14 

45.72 

740.52 
570.58 


$ c. 

183.56 

27.40 

134.04 

55.87 
347.19 

195.43 
3.19 

985.50 
12.30 

1,221.06 

30.50 
25.45 
28.06 
10.25 
317.19 

265.57 

801.90 
7.91 

93.04 

875.58 

526.69 
31.89 

120.41 

1,095.14 

45.72 

740.52 
570.58 


$ c. 

56.48 

7.21 

36.68 
14.71 
91.40 

51.45 
0.84 

259.44 
3.24 

321.44 

8.86 
6.70 
7.39 
2.70 
83.50 

69.91 

211.10 
2.08 

29.23 

230.49 

140.61 
8.39 

31.70 

288.30 
12.04 

389.88 
154.50 


$ c. 
1,902.64 

755.57 

1,792.91 

499.26 

2,996.31 

1,493.74 
12.81 

10,330.32 
45.38 

10,772.99 

151.39 
92.83 

202.87 

36.33 

2,877.89 

2,030.15 

7,352.39 
30.38 

865.41 

6,241.17 

5,206.55 
335.19 

1,912.69 

8,109.47 

325.14 

9,477.76 
5,632.26 


$ c. 

2,171.51 

832.50 

1,656.79 

487.92 

3,110.15 

776.30 
12.81 

9,309.22 
45.38 

11,599.45 

174.86 
92.83 

178.26 

36.33 

2,766.55 

1,417.16 

6,259.21 
30.38 

743.63 

6,494.30 

5,175.39 
226.12 

1,380.39 

6,269.83 
291.11 

11,081.10 
4,964.00 


$ c. 

268.87 

76.93 


$ c. 
136.12 


110.19 




11.34 


566.03 
288.55 


113.84 


717.44 


1.93 






1,905.10 




1,021.10 


3.49 






2,329.96 

19.51 
6.04 


826.46 
23.47 




42.67 




24.61 


1.40 






674.95 




111.34 


122.10 




612.99 


1,111.13 




1,093.18 


3.49 






118.00 




121.78 


1,156.32 
1,460.82 


253.13 


31.16 


61.77 




109.07 


772.18 




532.30 


1,254.19 




1,839.64 
34.03 


29.44 




2,182.15 
1,006.06 


1,603.34 


668.26 








23,704.25 


14,705.71 


11,844.29 


11,844.29 


3,368.40 


114,152.58 


109,933.71 


3,656.39 


7,875.26 



Net Debit $4,218.87 



212 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

interest added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged 

October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 



Credit 



Charge 



Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges 



Credited 



Charged 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton , 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Coldwater , 

Collingwood , 

Cookstown , 

Creemore 

Dundalk , 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mount Forest 

Muskoka township 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene. . . 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Shelburne 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 



June, 


L918 


Dec, 


L916 


April, 


1913 


Nov., 


1914 


Aug., 


L918 


Oct., 


L918 


Jan., 


L915 


Nov., 


L914 


Dec, 


L915 


July, 


L916 


Mar., 


L913 


Mar., 


L913 


May, 


L918 


Nov., 


L914 


Dec, 


L915 


Dec, 


L915 


June, 


L913 


April, 


1918 


Dec, 1 


L915 


Dec, ] 


1916 


Nov., 1 


1915 


Sept., 1 


L916 


May, 1 


916 


Sept., 1 


916 


Mar., 1 


921 


June, 


L920 


Jan., \ 


L921 


Mar., 1 


L916 


Jan., 1 


[924 


July, 1 


911 


Dec, 1 


915 


June, 1 


L929 


Dec, 1 


918 


July, 1 


916 


Dec, 1 


915 


Sept., 


923 


July, 1 


911 


Jan., 1 


915 


Sept., \ 


922 


Mar., 1 


920 


Jan., 1 


921 


July, 1 


916 


Oct., 1 


913 


Mar., 1 


914 


Feb., 1 


918 



$ c 
1,289.67 

993 . 04 
1,120.54 
1,329.23 
1,714.30 

739.93 
649.06 

1,226.09 
425.86 

2,162.59 

1,416.71 
5,393.06 
351.93 
1,035.40 
1,415.11 

2,118.03 
285.73 
356.45 
639.78 
944 . 50 

1,936.95 
4,867.88 



2,774.75 
4,144.14 

255.87 
2,106.69 

570.69 

2,432.33 

44.27 

3,268.67 
265.96 



4,388.26 
6,690.51 

769.42 
2,499.41 

289.63 
2,336.27 



659.24 

1,068.95 

842.01 

736.83 



4,131.81 



1,108.05 



123.64 



,793.69 



800 . 00 



$ c 
1,289.67 

993.04 
1,120.54 
1,329.23 
1,714.30 

739.93 
649.06 

1,226.09 
425.86 

2,162.59 

1,416.71 
5,393.06 
351.93 
1,035.40 
1,415.11 

2,118.03 
285.73 
356.45 
639.78 
944 . 50 

1,936.95 

4,867.88 



2,774.75 
4,144.14 

255.87 
2,106.69 

570.69 

2,432.33 

44.27 

3,268.67 



4,388.26 
6,690.51 

769.42 

2,499.41 

289.63 

2,336.27 



659.24 

1,068.95 

842.01 

736.83 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929; the cash receipts and payments thereon, and 
to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
25.83 


$ c. 


$ c. 
960.04 
544.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 
985.87 
559.61 


$ c. 


15.34 






17.93 




2,970.09 


2,952.16 


17.63 




879.73 
1,468.78 

125.86 


897.36 
. 1,493.77 

139.89 


24.99 








14.03 









10.45 


104.68 


94.23 


21.70 




573.57 


595.27 

5.15 

1,324.24 

864 . 54 
1,083.61 




7.90 




2.75 




37.12 




1,287.12 

839.57 
996.73 




24.97 








86.88 








6.19 




120.04 


113 85 


20.86 




417.43 
435.39 


438.29 

456.25 




20.86 








44.72 




154.16 
257.03 


109 44 


5.40 








251 63 


6.31 




109.25 

273.04 
462.47 

1,797.52 
3,130.33 
13.96 
3,840.74 
2,367.32 

323.99 
982.92 
106.16 
259.28 


115.56 
285.91 
479.58 

1,825.32 
3,216.31 




12.87 








17.11 








27.80 








85.98 










151.94 




3,469.79 


53.80 




3,894.54 

2,454.45 

327.38 

1,013.77 

116.09 

303.40 


87.13 








3.39 








30.85 








9.93 








44.12 








0.80 




9,006.98 


9,006.18 


62.03 




513.84 


575.87 
248.05 


10.64 




28.55 
873.60 






44.32 




2,025.97 


79.72 


2,547.22 


2,626.94 


108.51 




305 . 24 


196 73 


13.47 




756.99 
952.70 

58.77 

643.07 

85.35 


770.46 

985 . 84 

62.64 

687.53 




33.14 








3.87 








44.46 










4.95 




43 24 


11.74 


31.58 




19 84 


15.69 




344.42 

434.87 

349.43 

1,815.06 


360.11 
446.70 
360.80 




11.83 








11.37 










71.75 




50 38 











214 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

interest added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged 

October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 



Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges 



Credit Charge Credited | Charged 



Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 

Waubaushene . . 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



Rural Power Districts* 



Alliston R.P.D. .. 
Arthur R.P.D. ... 

Bala R.P.D 

Barrie R.P.D 

Beaumaris R.P.D 



Beaverton R.P.D 

Bradford R.P.D 

Buckskin R.P.D 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D 
Cannington No. 2, R.P.D 



Chatsworth R.P.D. 

Elmvale R.P.D 

Flesherton R.P.D. . 

Georgina R.P.D 

Hawkestone R.P.D. 



Innisfil R.P.D 

Mariposa R.P.D 

Markdale R.P.D 

Medonte R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. 

Orangeville R.P.D... 

Port Perry R.P.D 

Shelburne R.P.D 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D 
Tara R.P.D 



Thornton R.P.D. . . 

Utterson R.P.D 

Uxbridge R.P.D 

Walkerton Quarry R.P 
Wasaga Beach R.P.D 

Wroxeter R.P.D 



I) 



Dec, 1920 

Nov., 1918 

Oct., 1918 

Sept., 1922 

July, 1914 

Dec, 1914 

June, 1930 

Dec, 1920 

Nov.. 1914 



Nov., 

Dec, 

Jan., 

Aug., 

June, 

Aug., 
Aug., 
July, 
May, 
May, 

Dec, 
Jan., 
Feb., 
Oct., 

Aug., 

Feb., 

Sept., 

July, 

July, 

Jan., 

Aug., 
Dec, 
Feb., 
Oct., 
Jan., 

Aug., 
June, 
Sept., 
Feb., 
July, 



929 
929 
930 
923 
928 

930 
929 
928 
924 
924 

928 
924 
922 
926 
930 

928 
923 
924 
930 
922 

927 
922 
926 
925 
925 

930 
930 
925 
922 
923 



Feb., 1929 



$ c 
405.87 
506.39 



2,313.46 
435.69 

206.05 



4,540.16 
620.12 



929.65 



554.59 
662.83 

145.41 
110.98 



490.24 
2,657.92 



909.95 



2,778.88 
942.17 



33.90 

44.78 
4,887.63 



92,732.41 



$ c 
1,393! 60 



195.21 



21.39 
284.56 



389.60 
801.68 



427.32 



866.75 

115.00 

37.93 



22.91 



11,713.14 



$ c 



88.75 



.75 



$ c. 
405.87 
506.39 



2,313.46 
435.69 

206.05 



4,540.16 
620.12 



77,317.52 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power' 
ing" statements preceding. 



and "Rural Operat- 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



SYSTEM CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 31, 1929; the cash receipts and payments thereon, and 
to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 ,1930 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 



Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 

7.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2.67 
486.75 
963.19 
903.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 

10.44 

493.46 


$ c. 


6.71 










53.56 




395.22 


36.17 




939.63 

1.75 




8.66 




6.91 
71.04 




4.07 






66.97 






631.49 
691.92 
361.36 

170.24 

18.57 

127.08 


631.49 

780.25 
371.47 

170.24 

18.57 

127.08 

874.51 




88.33 








10.11 
































37.19 




92.33 
316.48 

120.57 

72.03 

209.49 






7.81 




519.50 








120.57 




0.86 
11.38 







94.28 






505.43 


22.18 


174.46 
268.87 

76.93 


751.23 
958.21 

228.16 




26.51 








5.82 








4.44 




136.12 
11.34 


20 70 




15.58 
32.07 






416.52 




113.84 




719.91 




717.44 
1,021.10 




717 44 


19.61 








511.25 


106.32 




826.46 

23.47 


3,590.70 






17.09 




420.94 




24.61 
111.34 

612.99 

1,093.18 

121.78 




24.61 


36.40' 






835.01 






34.67 
4.60 
1.52 




1,514.41 

1,212.78 

161.23 














111.16 


253.13 


3,143.17 
948.70 




37.69 




31.16 

109.07 

532.30 

1,839.64 

34.03 










109 07 










532 30 


1.36 








1,804.38 


1.79 






12.54 
6,686.48 




195.51 




1,603.34 






0.92 


668.26 


692.09 










1,957.16 


453.02 


38,394.42 


21,807.91 


51,574.19 


28,893.04 



216 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929 $962,864.98 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929 83,426.65 

Balance brought forward, October 31, 1929 $879,438.33 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $72,471 .52 

Amount included in costs of distribution of power within rural 

power districts 1 1 ,844 . 29 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 8,059.49 

Renewals reserve provided on second-hand equipment purchased 9,735.24 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 35,280.77 

137,391.31 

$1,016,829.64 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 11,134.62 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $1,005,695.02 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1930 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $270,696.96 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $21,211 .01 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 11 ,844 . 29 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 2,639.92 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 10,827 . 88 

46,523.10 

$317,220.06 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 28,358.04 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $288,862.02 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM SINKING FUND 

Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1930 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1930 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1930 



Amount 



Alliston . . 
Arthur. . . 
Barrie. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton . . . 



Bradford . . . 

Brechin 

Cannington, 

Chatsworth, 

Chesley 



Coldwater. . 
Collingwood 
Cookstown . 
Creemore. . . 
Dundalk. . . 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood .... 
Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 
Hanover. . . . 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . , 



Kirkfield . 
Lucknow. 
Markdale. 
Meaford . . 
Midland. . 



Mount Forest 
Muskoka twp. 
Neustadt. 
Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound . . 



Paisley 

Penetanguishene , 
Port McNicoll . . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 



Ripley. . . . 
Shelburne. 
Stayner. . . 
Sunderland 
Tara 



Teeswater , 
Thornton. 



7 


years 


9 


« 


12 


« 


11 


« 


7 


ft 


7 


« 


11 


« 


11 


« 


10 


ft 


9 


m 


12 


ft 


12 


« 


7 


ft 


11 


« 


10 


u 


10 


« 


12 


« 


7 


» 


10 


« 


9 


« 


10 


ft 


9 


» 


9 


« 


9 


ft 


6 


ft 


6 


« 


6 


« 


9 


« 


6 


« 


12 


« 


10 


ft 


2 


ft 


7 


« 


9 


«( 


10 


m 


6 


« 


14 


m 


11 


m 


6 


«« 


6 


u 


6 


ft 


9 


ft 


12 


ft 


11 


ft 


7 


ft 


6 


ft 


7 


ft 



$ 

7,164 
7,439 
45,639 
8,812 
5,777 

6,516 
3,625 
6,606 
1,517 
12,403 

4,494 
59,262 
1,745 
4,611. 
4,239. 

12,347 . 
6,552. 
1,259. 
2,392. 
4,409 . 

7,063. 
32,402. 

1,419. 
20,969 . 
10,859. 

1,151. 

5,432 

3,141 

7,014 

88,335 

10,950 

208 

3,950 

13,031 

62,857 

3,090 

26,579 

2,134 

4,490 

493. 

2,463 
6,820. 
5,822. 
4,689. 
3,314. 

4,292. 

1,235. 



c. 

18 
70 
57 
85 
68 

91 
15 

23 
60 

58 

50 
32 
07 
22 
26 

13 
86 
30 
84 
70 

93 
77 
.72 
.70 
.05 

.76 

.41 
.68 
.03 

01 

44 
56 
98 
,59 

87 

98 
26 
64 
51 
45 

62 
74 
?,^ 
94 

63 

74 
96 



Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour. 

Waubaushene. . . . 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



Rural Power Districts' 

Alliston R.P.D.. . 
Arthur R.P.D.... 

Bala R.P.D 

Barrie R.P.D 

Beaumaris R.P.D 

Beaverton R.P.D.. 

Beeton R.P.D 

Bradford R.P.D. . . 
Buckskin R.P.D... 
Cannington No. 1, R.P 



Cannington No. 2, R.P 

Chatsworth R.P.D 

Elmvale R.P.D 

Flesherton R.P.D 

Georgina R.P.D 

Hawkestone R.P.D 

Holstein R.P.D 

Innisfil R.P.D 

Lucknow R.P.D 

Mariposa R.P.D 

Markdale R.P.D 

Meaford R.P.D 

Medonte R.P.D 

Neustadt R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. . . 

Orangeville R.P.D 

Port Perry R.P.D 

Ripley R.P.D 

Shelburne R.P.D 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. . 

Tara R.P.D 

Thornton R.P.D 

Utterson R.P.D 

Uxbridge R.P.D 

Walkerton Quarry R.P 

Wasaga R.P.D 

Wroxeter R.P.D 



D 



7 years 
6 " 


11 " 


11 " 


1 " 


6 " 


11 " 


1 years 
1 " 


1 ■ 


8 " 


3 " 


1 " 


5 " 


2 " 


3 " 


7 " 


7 " 


2 « 


7 " 


9 " 


5 " 


1 " 


2 " 


3 " 


5 " 


8 " 


7 " 


1 " 


1 " 


4 " 


9 " 


4 " 


8 " 


5 " 


5 " 


6 " 


6 " 


1 " 


1 " 


6 " 


9 " 


8 " 


2 « 



$ c. 
3,677.68 
4,779.75 
2,516.77 

1,411.28 

90.08 

12,148.58 

4,790.31 



279.50 
11.84 

258.11 
1,898.67 
1,128.53 

12.14 

13.32 

35.69 

219.80 

740.10 

978.62 

83.66 

437.90 

292.04 

759.42 

76.41 

1.31 

1,303.11 

17.02 

3,515.44 

231.25 
13.18 
12.71 
11.42 

1,594.84 

520.76 

002 . 88 

17.79 

227.71 

1,658.48 

728.29 

23.60 

99.47 

903.47 

190.92 

3,612.73 
620.53 

593,883.09 



*For townships included in rural power districts see 
ing" statements preceding. 



'Cost of Power" and "Rural Operat- 



218 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1930 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1929 $504,364.41 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1930: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $59,397 .99 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 3,368 .40 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 6,577 .71 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account .' 20, 174 . 58 

89,518.68 

$593,883.09 



WALKERTON AND 
Operating Account for the Period 

Cost of Operation 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transmission 

lines, stations and distribution systems $10,622. 85 

Power purchased 4,122.68 

Taxes — municipal and provincial 1,540. 64 

Commercial expenses 3,599.59 

General and administrative expenses 5,506 62 

Provision for doubtful debts 200 . 00 

$25,592.38 

Interest on the Commission's investment in the properties 13,606. 39 

Expenses incidental to the acquisition of the properties 12,718.65 

Provision for contingencies 305 .61 

$52,223.03 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



GEORGIAN BAY RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

Rural Lines, for the year ending October 31, 1930 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 


Brechin 

Flesherton 


$ c. 

922.02 

1,885.41 


$ c. 

48.22 

105.77 


$ c. 
16.60 
33.94 


$ c 
18.44 
37.71 


$ c. 

9.22 

18.85 


$ c. 

92.48 

196.27 


Totals .... 


2,807.43 


153.99 


50.54 


56.15 


28.07 


288.75 



GEORGIAN BAY RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1930 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1930 


Amount 


Brechin 


12 years 

13 " 


$ c. 
224.01 


Flesherton 


388.19 




Total. 








612 20 











SAUGEEN PROPERTIES 

31st March to 31st October, 1930 

Revenue for Period 

Power and light sold to consumers on the four distribution systems, and to private 

Companies $ 51,566.62 

Net profit on purchase and sale of electric appliances and merchandise 483 .08 

Miscellaneous 173 .33 



$52,223.03 



220 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

EASTERN ONTARIO 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $522,732.86 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $868,731 .20 

Rural power districts 66,035 . 16 

934,766.36 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $881,875.34 

Rural power districts .' . 31 ,997 . 23 

913,872.57 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $187,313.81 

Rural power districts 27,611 . 10 



Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $101,354.86 

Rural power districts 13,805 . 55 



Provision for sinking funds: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $89,344 . 81 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power and local distribution systems 62,100. 17 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 7,390.49 



214,924.91 



115,160.41 



158,835.47 
$2,860,292.58 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 221 

SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1930 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $1,450,939.43 

Power sold to private companies and local distribution systems 1,340,747.89 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 260,299. 70 

$3,051,987.02 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 

them in the year . $4,146 . 82 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied them 

in the year 9,784 . 84 

13,931.66 

$3,065,918.68 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in 

the year $62,930 . 12 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 25,451 .07 

88,381.19 

Revenue $2,977,537.49 

Deduct: 

Profit from power sold to local distribution systems, transferred 

to the credit of obsolescence and contingency reserve 117,244.91 

$2,860,292.58 



Ill 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 


Average 


capital cost 


horse- 


of system 


power 


on which 


supplied 


interest and 


in year 


fixed 


after cor- 


charges are 


rection 


. payable 


for power 




factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Alexandria 


$ c. 


$ c. 
60.00 
60.00 
80.00 
32.00 
60.00 

35.00 
30.00 
37.50 
35.00 
40.00 

65.00 
45.00 
40.00 
48.00 
55.00 

97.00 
40.00 
44.44 
48.00 
50.00 

86.00 
35.00 
37.00 
34.00 


Apple Hill 

Athens 

Belleville 


55.00 
89.27 


Bloomfield 




Brighton 




Brockville 




Cardinal 




Carleton Place 

Chesterville 


40.00 


Finch 


74.00 
48.00 
45.00 


Havelock 


Kemptville 


Lakefield 


Lanark 


60.00 


Lancaster 


Lindsay 




Madoc 




Marmora 


50.00 
55.00 


Martintown 


Maxville 


Napanee 




Norwood 


40.00 


Oshawa 


Ottawa 




u 






Perth 


40.00 


35.00 
30.00 
48.00 
38.00 
30.00 

65.00 
70.00 
30.00 
28.60 
50.00 

48.00 
36.00 
45.00 
40.00 


Peterborough 


Picton 




Port Hope 




Prescott 




Richmond 


84.50 
75.00 
35.00 


Russell 


Smiths Falls 

Stirling 


\\ arkworth 




Wellington 


50.00 


Whitby 


Williamsburg 

Winchester 


55 00 



$ 

112,668 
10,467 
32,834 

723,812 
35,935 



57,113.62 
409,421.91 

12,620.14 
222,291.84 

64,362.46 

21,714.44 
78,857.88 
63,758.50 
50,952.25 
20,807.89 



36,467 

401,830 

36,457 

25,865 

7,388 



30,630.90 

217,809.29 

31,639.06 

2,412,491.46 

412,629.76 

964.71 



183,181 
1,260,692 
263,792 
280,264 
130,419 



11,279.30 
27,919.50 
278,779.15 
37,647.94 
17,293.96 

46,148.55 

225,851.88 

9,298.79 

55,087.95 



213.7 

28.0 

74.9 

3,484.5 

86.4 

220.0 

2,056.2 

24.6 

922.7 

224.1 

42.8 
241.4 
225.9 
189.0 

55.7 

45.2 

1,485.7 

118.0 

83.4 

23.3 

54.5 

924.8 

127.5 

9,722.1 

3,418.0 

18,975 



861.5 
6,186.8 

759.6 
1,193.0 

706.1 



38 
55 
1,570.6 
194.3 
58.6 



$ c. 
943.17 
123.58 
330.57 
15,378.86 
381.33 

970.97 
9,075.05 

108.57 
4,072.34 

989.07 

188.90 
1,065.42 
997.01 
834.15 
245 . 83 

199.49 
6,557.14 
520.79 
368.09 
102.83 

240.54 

4,081.61 

562.72 

42,908.54 

15,085.36 

208,734.13 

3,802.23 
27,305.48 
3,352.50 
5,265.31 
3,116.38 

808.69 
243.18 
6,931.85 
857.54 
258.63 



142.1 627.16 

898.6 3,965.98 
158.44 
962.14 



35.9 
218.0 



$ 


c. 


3,145. 


33 


570. 


64 


1,074. 


82 


27,709 


31 


1,450 


80 


2,159 


03 


20,392 


75 


649 


09 


7,733 


25 


2,612 


86 


755 


31 


2,945 


34 


2,119 


00 


2,221 


38 


581 


89 


1,032 


59 


17,548,41 


2,739 


13 


1,237 


32 


488 


86 


951 


45 


9,915 


38 


1,484 


32 


84,857 


91 


20,396 


78 


1,178 


05 


7,219 


12 


41,091 


31 


7,557 


13 


13,547 


62 


7,239 


84 


190 


16 


856 


74 


10,651 


07 


1,924 


64 


829 


.23 


1,545 


.58 


7,242 


.61 


483 


.38 


2,454 


.93 



$ c. 
5,163.23 

471.73 

1,525.92 

34,142.72 

1,668.74 

2,682.32 

19,135.70 

320.73 

10,199.40 

2.998.02 



1,014 
3,676 
2,997 
2,384 
958 



1,671.08 

18,824.07 

1,718.85 

1,207.47 

341.93 

1,382.17 

10,249.47 

1,483.34 

113,070.09 

19,912.94 

43.03 

8,618.22 
59,407.20 
12,287.37 
13,270.10 

6,119.02 

516.20 

1,300.98 

13,015.84 

1,787.23 

807.90 

2,152.21 

10,569.65 

429.10 

2,602.30 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ 


c. 


1,942 


99 


164 


17 


548 


78 


6,217 


71 


513 


99 


620 


78 


5,243 


74 


101 


07 


3,073 


18 


985 


56 


376 


66 


1,004 


92 


970 


14 


571 


02 


335 


94 


663 


71 


4,524 


35 


455 


20 


319 


89 


113 


93 


524 


70 


2,161 


86 


330 


.55 


25,160 


.62 


3,374 


.99 


19 


.29 


2,468 


.25 


10,548 


.29 


3,475 


.96 


2,809 


.85 


1,591 


.08 



225.59 
484.21 
3,314.07 
294.44 
206.97 

586.25 

2,380.28 

133.84 

808.30 



$ c. 
548.89 

49.32 

159.32 

7,786.60 

283.03 

548.67 

1,918.53 

32.52 

1,019.92 

312.61 

106.82 
682.99 
304.14 
480 . 79 
99.17 

179.28 

3,788.34 

324.85 

229.14 

35.37 

147.28 

2,194.52 

310.67 

23,678.57 

1,775.82 

4.82 

851.99 

13,702.44 

2,227.57 

2,836.19 

606.42 

56.40 

137.35 

1,256.82 

421.12 

156.55 

400.71 

2,202.25 

44.07 

266.49 



$ c. 
1,158.20 

104.15 

336.32 
7,162.53 

367.04 

572.37 

4,061.88 

68.78 

2,189.55 

660.69 

225.39 
798.51 
650.70 
511.58 
211.38 

378.05 

4,040.20 

371.34 

261.50 

74.73 

310.74 

2,170.35 

316.33 

24,097.51 

3,894.04 

10.16 

1,833.15 
12,458.51 
2,677.85 
2,810.84 
1,284.48 

118.77 
289.80 
2,717.70 
371.87 
174.37 

467.25 

2,256.10 

93.18 

563.50 



% c. 
355.96 

46.64 

124.76 

5,804.20 

143.92 

366.46 

3,425.05 

40.98 

1,536.96 

373.29 

71.30 
402 . 10 
376.28 
314.82 

92.78 

75.30 

2,474.76 

196.55 

138.92 

38.81 

90.78 

1,540.46 

212.38 

16,194.29 

5,693.43 



1,435.02 
10,305.47 
1,265.28 
1,987.20 
1,176.16 



91.77 

2,616.18 

323.65 

97.61 

236.70 

1,496.82 

59.80 

363.13 



$ c. 

13,257.77 

1,530.23 

4,100.49 

104,201.93 

4,808 85 

7,920.60 
63,252.70 

1,321.74 
29,824.60 

8,932.10 

2,738.85 
10,575.45 
8,415.02 
7,318.03 
2,525.41 

4,199.50 

57,757.27 
6,326.71 
3,762.33 
1,196.46 

3,647.66 

32,313.65 

4,700.31 

329,967.53 

70,133.36 

209,989.48 

26,227.98 
174,818.70 
32,843.66 
42,527.11 
21,133.38 

1,915.81 
3,404.03 
40,503.53 
5,980.49 
2,531.26 

6,015.86 

30,113.69 

1,401.81 

8,020.79 



% 

12,820 

1,654 

6,112 

111,503 

5,182 



7,699.68 

61,686.63 

921.23 

33,110.22 

8,965.21 

2,834.46 

10,990.25 

9,225.27 

9,071.44 

3,112.72 

4,385.98 
59,428.89 
5,242.04 
4,032.46 
1,182.65 

4,688.37 

32,366.99 

4,788.58 

330,550.23 

76,904.78 

209,989.48 

30,878.86 
185,602.50 
36,460.00 
45,332.72 
21,181.75 

2,627.16 
3,901.74 
48,412.03 
5,557.42 
2,928.71 

6,858.51 

32,350.89 

1,676.43 

8,719.96 



124.47 
2,012.31 
7,301.76 

373.15 



3,285.62 
33.11 

95.61 

414.80 

810.25 

1,753.41 

587.31 

186.48 
1,671.62 



270.13 



1,040.71 

53.34 

88.27 

582.70 

6,771.42 



4,650.88 

10,783.80 

3,616.34 

2,805.61 

48.37 

711.35 

497.71 

7,908.50 



397.45 

842.65 

2,237.20 

274.62 

699.17 



$ c. 
437.77 



220.92 

1,566.07 

400.51 



1,084.67 
13 .81 



423.07 



224 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 



Share of 
capital cost 


Average 
horse- 


of system 
on which 


power 
supplied 


interest and 
fixed 


in year 
after cor- 


charges are 
payable 


rection 

for power 

factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Rural Power Districts 

Alexandria R.P.D. — Lochiel twp. . . 

Belleville R.P.D.— Sidney, Thurlow 
and Tyendinaga twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D, — Darlington 
twp 

Brighton R.P.D. — Brighton and 
Murray twps 

Brockville R.P.D. — Leeds, Lans- 
downe Front, Escott Front, Yonge 
Front, Elizabethtown, Leeds, Lans- 
downe Rear, Augusta, Yonge and 
Escott Rear twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Seymour 
and Rawdon twps 

Chesterville R.P.D.— Russell, Cam- 
bridge, Winchester, Williamsburg, 
Finch and Osnabruck twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Haldimand, 
Hamilton and Alnwick twps 

Colborne R.P.D — Haldimand and 
Cramahe twps 

Deseronto R.P.D. — Richmond twp. 

Iroquois R.P.D. — Mountain, 
Matilda, Williamsburg, Winchester 
and Gower S. twps 

Kingston R.P.D. — Ernestown, Port- 
land, Kingston, Loughborough and 
Pittsburg twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon twp 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Roxborough, 
Kenyon, Plantagenet N. and Plan- 
tagenet S. twps 

Millbrook R.P.D. — Manvers and 
Cavan twps 

Napanee R.P.D. — Fredericks- 
burg N., Richmond and Camden 
E. twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — March, Nepean, 
Coulburn, Gower N., Gloucester 
and Osgoode twps 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clarke, Darling- 
ton and Manvers twps 



$ c. 




5,773.21 


10.0 


40,011.61 


185.5 


8,164.78 


33.4 


3,063.37 


11.8 


45,986.66 


180.6 


11,495.65 


56.3 


28,349.82 


82.7 


30,001.72 


108.2 


11,995.79 
250.77 


47.8 
0.7 


18,493.22 


118.5 


33 457.96 
140.75 
108.18 


92.2 
0.7 
0.4 


17,067.38 


40.1 


24,447.62 


67.4 


3,702.13 


8.5 


17,602.54 


67.0 


7,019.53 


369.3 


8,907.70 


28.2 



$ c. 

44.14 
818.70 
147.41 

52.08 



797.08 
248.48 

364.99 

477.54 

210.97 
3.09 

523.00 



1,061.42 
3.09 
1.77 

176.98 



297.47 
37.51 

295.70 

7,755.28 
124.46 



$ 


c. 


144 


31 


1,447 


44 


343 


50 


119.40 


2,221 


05 


345 


62 


910 


81 


800 


34 


368 
11 


16 
01 


838 


21 


930.44 

10.58 

4.66 


622 


11 


755 


27 


166 


76 


808 


16 


274 


31 


275 


73 



$ c 
261.83 
1,882.88 
383.81 
143.87 

2,150.93 

541.15 

1,326.54 

1,400.15 

561.80 
11.69 

885.47 



1,485.74 
6.62 
5.12 

781.21 



1,105.30 
140.23 

825.88 

297.96 
388.56 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



costs and fixed charges 




Cost in ' 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts re 
be credited 

to each mu 

upon ascert; 

the actua 

power by 

adjust 


maining to 
or charged 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


nicipality 
linment of 
cost of 
annual 
ment 




Credited 


Charged 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


98.43 


27.57 


58.15 


16.66 


651.09 


651.09 


see page 


229 


360.80 


421.95 


396.99 


308.99 


5,637.75 


5,637.75 


u 


<< 


84.12 


80.77 


81.56 


55.64 


1,176.81 


1,176.81 


a 


u 


33.30 


. 29.43 


30.70 


19.66 


428.44 


428.44 


« 


u 


660.06 


218.38 


461.81 


300.83 


6,810.14 


6,810.14 


« 


u 


96 46 


124.80 


113.62 


93.78 


1,563.91 


1,563.91 


it 


a 


453.01 


137.69 


290.84 


137.76 


3,621.64 


3,621.64 


u 


a 


343.26 


279.34 


301.48 


180.23 


3,782.34 


3,782.34 


u 


u 


126.62 

3.35 


117.15 
2.10 


120.01 

2.55 


79.62 
1.17 


1,584.33 
34.96 


1,584.33 
34.96 


u 

u 


u 


199.13 


84.80 


179.82 


197.39 


2,907.82 


2,907.82 


a 


u 


419.08 
1.15 
1.22 


269.67 

1.54 
1.03 


323.54 
1.39 
1.10 


153.58 
1.17 
0.66 


4,643.47 
25.54 
15.56 


4,643.47 
25.54 
15.56 


« 
a 

u 


« 
(( 
a 


283.10 


82.62 


174.42 


66.80 


2,187.24 


2,187.24 


a 


« 


377.68 


114.34 


241.51 


112.27 


3,003.84 


3,003.84 


« 


« 


39.95 


25.18 


30.52 


14.16 


454.31 


454.31 


« 


a 


193.07 


168.11 


176.43 


111.60 


2,578.95 


2,578.95 


u 


u 


140.38 


35.09 


73.92 




8,576.94 
1,094.23 


8,576.94 
1,094.23 


u 


« 


99.41 


75.29 


83.81 


46.97 


u 


a 



226 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1930 



To 

Oct. 31 

1930 





Average 


Share of 


horse- 


capital cost 


power 


of system 


supplied 


on which 


in year 


interest and 


after cor- 


fixed 


rection 


charges are 


for power 


payable 


factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel, Sey- 
mour, Methuen and Dummer twps. 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Pickering, Whitby, 
Whitby E. and Darlington twps. . . 

Peterborough R.P.D. — Cavan, 
Monoghan N., Smith, Douro and 
Otonabee twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering and 
Whitby twps 

Port Hope R.P.D.— Hope and 
Hamilton twps 



PrescottR.P.D. — Augusta,Edwards 
burg twps 

Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Crosby S. 
Bastard, Burgess S., Kitley, Mon 
tague and Wolford twps , 

Stirling R.P.D.— Rawdon and 
Sidney twps 

Trenton R.P.D.— Sidney and Mur 
ray twps 

Warkworth R.P.D.— Percy twp.. . . 

Wellington R. P. D.— Hillier, 

Ameliasburg and Hallowell twps. 

Williamsburg R.P.D. — Matilda and 

Williamsburg twps 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural Power Districts. . . 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Public Utilities owned by 
the Commission 



Campbellford Pulp Mill 
Non-operating capital. . 



Grand totals. 



$ c. 

2,440.60 

86,436.19 

103,140.60 
30,599.14 
10,023.97 

30,533.38 

23,040.80 

1,768.80 

2,061.97 
417.86 

20,682.53 
1,476.05 



8,359,451.53 

628,662.28 

5,577,751.11 

4,256,046.81 



18,821,911.73 
52,559.93 
69,337.34 



18,943,809.00 



8.0 
347.9 

481.2 

120.1 

41.5 

156.9 

98.4 

9.2 

10.5 
1.8 

51.0 
11.0 



55,986.9 

2,846.8 

20,896.5 

11,752.0 



91,482.2 



$ c. 

35.31 

1,535.46 

2,123.78 
530.06 
183.16 

692.48 

434.29 

40.60 

46.34 
7.94 

225.53 
203.88 



372,721.57 
19,499.99 
92,226.81 

38,284.49 



$ c. 

88.24 

3,083.75 

3,628.72 

1,344.41 

496.68 

1,926.75 

742.42 

75.88 

73.22 
22.42 

627.88 
196.80 



320,784.36 

23,705.04 

231,542.81 

292,698.99 



522,732.86 868,731.20 881,875.34 



$ c. 

114.06 

4,047.44 

4,760.05 

1,431.57 

472.92 

1,433.37 

1,081.05 

83.99 

94.16 
19.63 

897.15 
68.40 



392,127.37 

29,090.53 

262,994. 17 

197,663.27 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost rrt - 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c 

29.86 

903.51 

881.37 
326.40 
103.24 

384.62 

319.12 

13.66 

15.03 
4.09 

264.08 
22.41 



89,647.12 

7,280.97 

44,708.94 

45,676.78 



$ c. 

21.75 

848.11 

1,081.00 
296.40 
100.03 

142.53 

106.63 

19.87 

22.53 
4.25 

157.42 
7.05 



72,168.35 

5,104.42 

17,253.63 

6.828.46 



$ c. 

24.66 

863.97 

1,001.09 
305.89 
100.67 

301.78 

228.98 

17.46 

19.63 
4.17 

196.05 
14.90 



83,121.39 

6,223.42 

43,309.46 

18,790.71 



$ c. 

13.32 

579.50 

801.54 

200.05 

69.13 

261.35 

163.91 

15.33 

17.49 
3.00 

85.12 
8.16 



61,585.97 

4,116.84 

(65,702 81) 



187,313.81 101,354.86 151,444.98 2,713,453 05 2,889,481 26 



$ c. 

327.20 

11,861.74 

14,277.55 
4,434.78 
1,525.83 

5,142.88 

3,076.40 

266.79 

288.40 
65.50 

2,453.23 
521.60 



1,392,156 13 

95,021.21 

626,333.01 

599,942.70 



* c.| 

327.20 
11,861.74 

14,277.55 
4,434.78 

1,525.83 

5,142.88 

3,076.40 

266.79 

288.40 
65.50 

2,453.23 
521.60 



1,450,939.43 

95,021.21 

626,333.01 

717,187.61 



see page 



see page 



62,930.12 
117,244.91 



$ 
229 
u 



231 



4,146.82 



*Transferred to credit of obsolescence and contingencies. 



228 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



-Lochiel twp. . . : . . 
-Sidney, Thurlow 



and 



Alexandria R.P.D. 
Belleville R.P.D. 

Tyendinaga twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D.— Darlington twp 

Brighton R.P.D. — Brighton and Murray 
twps 

Brockville R.P.D. — Leeds front, Lansdowne 
front, Escott front, Yonge front, Elizabeth- 
town, Leeds rear, Lansdowne rear, Augusta, 
Yonge rear and Escott rea rtwps 



Campbellford R.P.D. — Seymour and Raw- 
don twps 

Chesterville R.P.D.— Russell, Cambridge, 
Winchester, Williamsburg, Finch and Osna- 
bruck twps 

Cobourg R.P.D. — Haldimand, Hamilton and 
Alnwick twps 

Colborne R.P.D. — Haldimand and Cramahe 
twps 

Deseronto R.P.D. 



Richmond twp, 



Iroquois R.P.D. — Mountain, Matilda, Wil- 
liamsburg, Winchester and Gower S. twps. . 

Kingston R.P.D. — Ernestown, Portland, 
Kingston, Loughborough and Pittsburgh 
twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon twp 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlottenburg and 
Lancaster twps 



Maxville R.P.D. — Roxborough, Kenyon, 
Plantagenet N. and Plantagenet S. twps. . . 

Millbrook R.P.D. — Manversand Cavan twps. 

Napanee R.P.D. — Fredericksburg N., Rich- 
mond and Camden E. twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — March, Nepean, Coulburn, 
Gower N., Gloucester and Osgoode twps. . . 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clarke, Darlington and 
Manvers twps : 



North Bay R.P.D.— East Ferris, West Ferris 

and Widdifield twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel, Seymour, Meth- 

uen and Dummer twps 

Oshawa R.P.D.— Pickering, Whitby, Whitby 

E. and Darlington twps 

Peterborough R.P.D. — Cavan, Monoghan N. 

Smith, Douro and Otonabee twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering and Whitby 

twps 



$ c. 
10,765.35 

105,987.96 
13,689.55 

3,218.92 



158,444.01 

24,751.24 

♦88,388.69 

123,140.41 

32,320.82 
652.03 

155,074.31 



106,158.83 
*315.82 
1,735.99 

31,808.66 



79,223.85 
17,722.01 

♦25,799.89 

= 185,855.88 

♦36,200.28 

17,791.32 

12,060.59 

146,954.63 

141,800.28 

31,565.16 



$ c. 
5,382.67 

52,604.50 
6,844.78 

1,609.46 



76,564.58 

12,375.62 

41,643.19 

60,872.23 

16,160.41 
326.01 

77,240.15 



52,847.70 
134.57 
867.99 

15,904.33 



39,611.93 
8,861.01 

12,605.56 

88,503.61 

17,207.54 

8,611.03 

6,030.30 

72,361.76 

70,900.14 

15,782.58 



$ c. 
5,382.68 

53,383.46 
6,844.77 

1,609.46 



81,879.43 

12,375.62 

46,745.50 

62,268.18 

16,160.41 
326.02 

77,834.16 



53,311.13 
181.25 
868.00 

15,904.33 



39,611.92 
8,861.00 

13,194.33 

97,352.27 

18,992.74 

9,180.29 

6,030.29 

74,592.87 

70,900.14 

15,782.58 



$ c. 
651.09 

5,637.75 
1,176.81 

428.44 



6,810.14 

1,563.91 

3,621.64 

3,782.34 

1,584.33 
34.96 

2,907.82 



4,643.47 
25.54 
15.56 

2,187.24 



3,003.84 
454.31 

2,578.95 

8,576.94 

1,094.23 

2,772.73 

327.20 

11,861.74 

14,277.55 

4,434.78 



Items marked * include portions of transmission lines for purposes of rural power districts. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 




Cost of 










operation, 


Interest 




Obsoles- 




mainten- 


on 


Renewal 


cence and 


Sinking 


ance and 


capital 


charges 


contin- 


fund 


and 


invest- 




gencies 




adminis- 


ment 








tration 











Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



1,317 


c. 
76 


3,526 
226 


69 
94 


447 


63 


4,875 


56 


883 


65 


2,720.98 


2,961 


84 


722 
4 


99 
19 


3,348 


65 


4,175 

5 
18 


61 

86 
44 


1,274.49 


2,880 
149 


17 
93 


1,245 


75 


6,576 


14 


594 


83 


682 


.75 


516.07 


8,027 


.22 


5,531 


.85 


1,142 


.40 



$ c. 
218.29 

1,833.80 
210.89 

73.78 



2,666.17 
546.49 

1,683.19 

2,628.87 

436.82 
11.21 

1,184.38 



945.05 
7.11 
9.94 

690.18 



1,500.02 
132.82 

596.14 

4,218.76 

618.76 

395.66 

217.01 

2,940.77 

2,620.24 

682.98 



$ 

190 


c. 

47 


1,607 
184 


91 
02 


64 


38 


2,260 


77 


476 


85 


1,403 


07 


2,299 


50 


381 
9 


16 

78 


1,035 


44 


827 
5 
8 


49 

27 
67 


602 


23 


1,308 
115 


88 
89 


508 


40 


3,504 


20 


510 


01 


351 


04 


189 


36 


2,588 


.23 


2,286 


.35 


595 


95 



$ 
95 


c. 

24 


803 
92 


95 
01 


32 


19 


1,130 


38 


238 


42 


701 


54 


1,149 


75 


190 
4 


58 
89 


517 


72 


413 

2 
4 


75 
64 
34 


301 


12 


654 

57 


44 
95 


254 


20 


1,752 


08 


255 


00 


175 


52 


94 


67 


1,294 


12 


1,143 


17 


297 


97 



$ c 
50.14 

425.33 
48.44 

16.95 



616.32 

125.53 

393.03 
606.82 

100.34 

2.57 

273.10 

218:59 
1.63 
2.28 

158.54 

344.56 
30.51 

136.94 

969.07 

142.66 

93.93 

49.85 

687.21 

601.88 

156.88 



$ c. 
2,522.99 

13,835.43 
1,939.11 

1,063.37 



18,359.34 

3,834.85 

10,523.45 

13,429.12 

3,416.22 
67.60 

9,267.11 



11,223.96 
48.05 
59.23 

5,213.80 



9,691.91 
941.41 

5,320.38 

25,597.19 

3,215.49 

4,471.63 

1,394.16 

27,399.29 

26,461.04 

7,310.96 



$ c. 
1,287.37 

19,197.95 
2,048.30 

1,018.96 



20,022.74 
3,414.30 

12,399.90 

13,580.36 

3,647.82 
109.72 

8,199.37 



9,368.71 
37.53 
30.24 

6,406.05 



8,119.56 
690.00 

5,930.36 

28,241.85 

3,863.04 

6,318.22 

1,052.89 

28,415.50 

28,256.05 

9,674.15 



$ c. 
1,235.62 



5,362.52 
109.19 



44.41 



1,663.40 



420.55 



1,876.45 

151.24 

231.60 
42.12 



1,067.74 



1,855.25 
10.52 
28.99 



1,192.25 



1,572.35 
251.41 



609.98 

2,644.66 

647.55 

1,846.59 



341.27 



1,016.21 
1,795.01 
2,363.19 



230 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Port Hope R.P.D. — Hope and Hamilton twps. 

Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta and Edwardsburg 
twps 

Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Crosby S., Bastard, 
Burgess S., Kitley, Montague and Wolford 
twps 

Stirling R.P.D. — Rawdon and Sidney twps. . 

Trenton R.P.D. — Sidney and Murray twps. . 



Warkworth R.P.D 
Wellington R.P.D. 

Hallowell twps 

Williamsburg R.P.D. 

liamsburg twps 



-Percy twp 

Hillier, Ameliasburg and 



-Matilda and Wil 



Non-operating capital. 
Totals 



$ c 
25,189.06 


$ c. 
12,594.53 


$ c. 
12,594.53 


$ c. 
1,525.83 


54,572.93 


27,102.97 


27,469.96 


5,142.88 


98,981.54 

42,001.14 

8,627.97 


48,279.73 

21,000.57 

4,313.99 


50,701.81 

21,000.57 

4,313.98 


3,076.40 
266.79 
288.40 


♦1,357.96 


538.90 


819.06 


65.50 


♦116,881.30 


58,219.30 


58,662.00 


2,453.23 


20,677.98 


10,333.99 


10,338.99 


521.60 


1,919,716.36 
108,295.39 


975,473.73 
108,295.39 




2,028,011.75 


944,242.63 


1,083,769.12 


97,793.94 



Items marked * include portions of transmission lines for purposes of rural power districts. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1930. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 




Cost of 








■-*■' 


operation, 


Interest 




Obsoles- 




mainten- 


on 


Renewal 


cence and 


Sinking 


ance and 


capital 


charges 


contin- 


fund 


and 


invest- 




gencies 




adminis- 


ment 








tration 











Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power and 

t*( light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
680.31 

3,526.40 



4,975.14 
518.60 
406.48 

21.22 

1,393.01 

655.61 



$ c. 
511.45 

1,217.16 



1,778.14 

171.84 

98.55 

36.33 

848.71 

265.72 



$ c. 
446.28 

1,065.73 



1,558.17 

149.94 

85.99 

26.10 

731.71 

231.86 



$ c. 
223.14 

532.86 



779.10 
74.97 
43.00 

13.05 

365.86 

115.93 



$ c. 
117.48 

281.52 



411.94 
39.47 
22.64 

8.35 

194.95 

61.04 



$ c. 
3,504.49 

11,766.55 



12,578.89 

1,221.61 

945.06 

170.55 

5,987.47 

1,851.76 



$ c. 
4,332.47 

14,157.53 



10,978.64 
1,143.35 
1,625.21 

102.33 

5,453.12 

1,176.11 



$ c. 
827.98 

2,390.98 



680.15 



1,600.25 
78.26 



68.22 
534.35 
675.65 



66,035.16 31,997.23 27,611.10 13,805.55 7,390.49 244,633.47 260,299.70 25,451.07 9,784.84 



Net credit $15,666 . 23 



232 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Alexandria 


Jan., 1921 
April, 1921 
Jan., 1929 
April, 1929 
April, 1919 

Nov., 1929 
April, 1915 
July, 1930 
May, 1919 
April, 1914 

Feb., 1928 
Feb., 1921 
Dec, 1921 
Aug., 1920 
Sept., 1921 

May, 1921 
Mar., 1928 
Jan., 1930 
Jan., 1921 
May, 1921 

Feb., 1921 
Nov., 1929 
Feb., 1921 
Feb., 1929 
Jan., 1914 

Feb., 1919 
Mar., 1913 
April, 1919 
Nov., 1929 
Dec, 1913 

Aug., 1928 
Feb., 1926 
Sept., 1918 
Jan., 1930 
Oct., 1923 

April, 1919 
Jan., 1926 
April, 1915 
Jan., 1914 


$ c 
328.64 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
328.64 


Apple Hill 

Athens 


222.46 






455.34 

3,702.63 

267.33 




455.34 


Belleville 






3,702.63 


Bloomfield 






267.33 


Brighton 








Brockville 


1,043.08 






1,043.08 


Cardinal . 








Carleton Place 


10,341.46 

241.44 

712.18 

1,837.65 

2,222.39 

466.03 

801.24 






10,341.46 


Chesterville 






241.44 


Finch 






712.18 


Havelock 






1,837.65 


Kemptville 






2,222.39 


Lakefield 






466.03 


Lanark 






801.24 


Lancaster 


8,436.47 
296.82 


500.00 
296.82 




Lindsay. . 






Madoc. . , 






Marmora 


146.63 
208.03 






146.63 


Martintown. . 






208.03 


Maxville 


372.58 


372.58 




Napanee 






Norwood 


706.03 
954.48 






706.03 


Oshawa 






954.48 


Ottawa 








Perth 


9,819.51 

12,726.04 

1,421.25 






9,819.51 


Peterboro 






13,063.54 


Picton 






1,421.25 


Port Hope 








Prescott 


1,224.18 

862.82 

493.27 

15,718.49 






1,224.18 


Richmond 






862.82 


Russell 






493.27 


Smiths Falls . . 






15,718.49 


Stirling 








War k worth . . 


308.76 

754.22 

1,317.66 

535.11 

326.63 






308.76 


Wellington. . 






754.22 


Whitby. . 






1,317.66 


Williamsburg 






535.11 








326.63 











1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Charge 


Credit 



% c. 
8.36 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
437.77 


% c. 


$ c. 
429 41 




8.90 


124.47 
2,012.31 
7,301.76 

373.15 




106 89 


10.63 




2,022.94 

7,399.96 

380.24 




98.20 








7 09 












220.92 

1,566.07 

400.51 


220 92 


24.69 








1,541.38 
400 51 










319.49 




3,285.62 
33.11 

95.61 

414.80 

810.25 

1,753.41 

587.31 

186.48 
1,671.62 


3,605.11 
39.25 

112.23 
466.51 
867.95 
1,771.88 
608.23 




6.14 








16.62 








51.71 








57.70 








18.47 








20.92 










335.87 




8,085.86 


7.32 




1,678.94 






1,084.67 


1,084.67 


3.89 




270.13 


274.02 


5.64 




13.81 


8 17 




9.51 


1,040.71 

53.34 

88.27 

582.70 

6,771.42 

4,650.88 

10,783.80 

3,616.34 

2,805.61 

48.37 

711.35 

497.71 

7,908.50 


1,031.20 

53.34 

111.45 

608.01 

6,771.42 

4,926.33 

10,783.80 

3,650.14 

2,805.61 

80.03 

725.72 

509.26 

8,392.63 










23.18 








25.31 
















275.45 








337.50 








33.80 
















31.66 








14.37 








11.55 








484.13 












423.07 


423 07 


7.42 




397.45 

842 . 65 

2,237.20 

274.62 

699.17 


404.87 

858.31 

2,272.14 

291.42 

707.47 




15.66 








34.94 








16.80 








8.30 

















234 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1930, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1929 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Rural Power District* 
Alexandria R.P.D 


Dec, 1929 
Sept., 1927 
Jan., 1924 
Nov., 1929 
Nov., 1921 

Aug., 1924 
Nov., 1921 
Feb., 1927 
Aug., 1925 
Mar., 1930 

July, 1930 
Jan., 1923 
July, 1928 
July, 1930 
Jan., 1922 

Dec, 1927 
July, 1930 
Nov., 1927 
Feb., 1922 
Sept., 1927 

June, 1927 
Jan., 1929 
April, 1918 
Jan., 1927 
Jan., 1926 

Aug., 1927 
June, 1922 
May, 1929 
Nov., 1929 
Jan., 1924 

Nov., 1928 
Nov., 1925 
Feb., 1923 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


Belleville R.P.D 


7,552.54 
85.08 








Bowmanville R.P.D 








Brighton R.P.D 








Brockville R.P.D 




1,018.13 

253.43 




42 27 


Campbellford R.P.D 








Chesterville R.P.D 


3,295.67 

204.87 

1,919.14 






Cobourg R.P.D 








Colborne R.P.D 








Deseronto R.P.D 








Iroquois R.P.D 










Kingston R.P.D 


248.62 








Lakefield R.P.D 


14.08 






Lindsay R.P.D 








Martintown R.P.D 




721.97 






Maxville R.P.D 


1,043.35 






Millbrook R.P.D 








Napanee R.P.D 




132.81 






Nepean R.P.D 


2,138.78 
326.06 

2,032.47 

8.89 

15,706.07 

9,313.64 

5,941.30 

439.46 




73 10 


Newcastle R.P.D 








North Bay R.P.D 








Norwood R.P.D 








Oshawa R.P.D 








Peterboro R.P.D 








Pickering R.P.D 








Port Hope R.P.D 








Prescott R.P.D 


1,413.01 
662.29 




36 97 


Smiths Falls R.P.D 








Stirling R.P.D 








Trenton R.P.D 


1,425.54 

28.96 

257.83 








Warkworth R.P.D 








Wellington R.P.D. . . 








Williamsburg R.P.D 


149.81 


















121,910.79 


13,693.86 


1,169.40 


70,432.36 









*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating' 
statements preceding. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1930 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,235.62 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,235.62 


302.-10 




5,362.52 
109.19 


13,217.16 
197.67 




3.40 












44.41 


44.41 




40.73 
10.14 


1,663.40 


562.27 






420.55 


684.12 


131.83 


1,876.45 

151.24 

231.60 

42.12 


5,303.95 

364.30 

2,227.51 

42.12 




8.19 








76.77 




















1,067.74 

1,855.25 

10.52 

28.99 


1,067.74 

1,596.69 

25.16 


9.94 










0.56 












28.99 




28.88 


1,192.25 


441.40 




41.74 


1,572.35 
251.41 


487.26 










251.41 




5.31 


609.98 

2,644.66 

647.55 

1,846.59 


471.86 

4,795.40 

986.65 

3,960.36 




85.06 






13.04 








81.30 








0.36 




341.27 


332.02 


628.24 




1,016.21 
1,795.01 
2,363.19 

827.98 
2,390.98 


17,350.52 

11,481.20 

8,542.14 

1,285.02 
883.73 




372.55 






237.65 








17.58 










57.27 
26.49 








1,600.25 
. 78.26 


2,289.03 

78 26 








57.02 




680.15 


2,162.71 




1.16 




68.22 
534.35 
675.65 


38 10 


10.31 








266.21 




5.99 






831 45 










4,055.18 


529.65 


88,381.19 


13,931.66 


138,486.38 


21,557.35 



236 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929: 

Eastern Ontario system $3,138,378.44 

Ottawa system 13,796.42 

Service buildings 10,525 . 69 

$3,162,700.55 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929: 

Eastern Ontario system $736,561 . 35 

Ottawa system 721.27 

737,282.62 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1929 $2,425,417.93 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $ 96,928.09 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 27,611 . 10 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies, which purchased power, and local 

distribution systems and pulp mill 91,436.92 

Reserve provided in respect of equipment purchased 1,966.00 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 97,083 . 53 

■ 315,025.64 



$2,740,443.57 



Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 $28,314.39 

Accumulated reserves for renewals in respect of local distribution 

systems sold to municipalities during the year 72,122.74 

100,437.13 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $2,640,006.44 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 237 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1930 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1929: 

Eastern Ontario system $746,958 . 99 

Ottawa system 7,548 . 14 

$754,507.13 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $77,272.77 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 13,805.55 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies, which purchased power, and local 
distribution systems 24,082 . 09 

Net profit from operation of local distribution systems and from 

the sale of old equipment 111,177.26 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 30,180.28 

256,517.95 

$1,011,025.08 



Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930. 816.07 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $1,010,209.01 



238 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1930 



Municipality 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill.... 

Athens 

Belleville 

Bloomfield. . . . 

Brighton 

Brockville .... 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville. . . 

Finch 

Havelock 

Kemptville. . . 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster. . . . 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown . . 

Maxville 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterboro 

Picton 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Richmond. . . . 

Russell 

Smiths Falls. . 

Stirling 

War k worth . . . 

Wellington . . . 

Whitby 

Williamsburg. 
Winchester . . . 



Period 


of years 


ending 


Oct. 31, 


1930 


6 years 


6 " 


2 * 


2 " 


2 " 


1 " 


10 u 


1 u 


6 " 


11 " 


3 " 


2 « 


6 " 


2 " 


6 " 


6 « 


2 u 


1 " 


2 " 


6 " 


6 " 


1 " 


2 " 


2 " 


15 " 


6 " 


2 ■ 


2 « 


1 " 


11 ■ 


3 " 


5 " 


7 " 


1 " 


2 " 


2 " 


2 " 


10 " 


11 " 



Amount 



$ 

12,070. 

1,130. 

962. 

21,957. 

1,160. 

1,030. 

61,515. 

106. 

25,408. 

12,969. 

924. 
2,686. 
6,076. 
1,883. 
1,950. 

2,736. 

14,841. 

553. 

915. 

698. 

3,341. 
4,018 
1,209. 
81,657. 
9,694. 

21,085. 
53,205. 

8,544. 

5,160. 
16,336. 

260 

1,760 

34,205 

672 

594 



c. 
02 
13 
76 
90 
13 

07 
00 

78 
63 
45 

79 
16 
09 
15 
47 

92 

22 
64 
95 
06 

22 
84 
91 
92 
,63 

.72 

.13 

41 

64 

82 

58 
02 
90 
05 

68 



1,519.30 
8,677.13 
1,417.27 
7,460.07 



Rural Power District 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1930 



Rural Power District' 

Alexandria R.P.D. . . 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D. 

Brighton R.P.D 

Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D . 
Chesterville R.P.D. . 

Cobourg R.P.D 

Colborne R.P.D 

Deseronto R.P.D 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kingston R.P.D 

Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D.. 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D.... 

Napanee R.P.D 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D 

North Bay R.P.D.... 

Norwood R.P.D 

Oshawa R.P.D 

Peterboro R.P.D 

Pickering R.P.D 

Port Hope R.P.D... . 

Prescott R.P.D 

Smiths Falls R.P.D. 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton R.P.D 

Warkworth R.P.D... 
Wellington R.P.D... 
Williamsburg R.P.D. 



1 years 

2 " 
2 " 
1 " 
9 " 



Amount 



c. 



123.73 
2,116.96 

216.09 

65.88 

3,983.94 

696.67 
2,670.02 
2,078.80 

634.86 
6.19 

636.00 

1,118.93 

8.85 

4.00 

2,524.61 

1,417.65 
74.16 

454.04 
4,979.72 

390.26 

93.93 

119.37 

4,590.66 

4,812.78 

1,327.43 

494.95 

3,518.30 

955.36 

71.14 

121.03 

22.53 
575.79 
198.72 



473,502.91 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 239 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1929: 

Eastern Ontario system : $298,267 . 74 

Ottawa system 4,110.88 

Service buildings 186 . 23 



Provided in the year ending October 31, 193Q: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to municipali- 
ties and rural power districts $89,344 .81 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 7,390.49 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power, and local distribution systems 62,100. 17 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account . 12,102 . 59 



$302,564.85 



170,938.06 
$473,502.91 



240 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 
Operating Account for the Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission act 
Power purchased $474 . 00 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transformer stations and 
transmission lines, including the proportion of administrative expenses charge- 
able to the operation of the system 225,693 . 87 

Interest on capital investment 655,340 . 84 

Provision for renewal of generating plants, transformer stations and transmission 

lines 112,798.56 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies 286,252 .43 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities. . . $92,219.54 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 44,791 . 78 

137,011.32 

$1,417,571.02 



THUNDER BAY 



Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost: 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 









Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 


Interest 




To 

Jan. 1, 

1930 


To 

Oct. 31 

1930 




Fort William 

Port Arthur 

Nipigon twp 


$ c. $ c. 
21.00 plus trans- 
formation charges 
21 .00 plus trans- 
formation charges 

40.00 35.00 


$ c. 

2,630,323.12 

8,721,462.09 
15,047.81 


9,861.8 

33,080.7 
60.6 


$ c. 

71.75 

240.70 
0.44 


$ c. 

36,386.16 

118,079.52 
552.01 


$ c. 

102,189.58 

337,490.20 
573.99 


Totals — Municipa 
Totals — Companie 

Non-operating cap 
Grand to 


lities 


11,366,833.02 
5,595,124.58 


43,003.1 

22,142.2 


312.89 
161.11 


155,017.69 
70,676.18 


440,253.77 


s 


215,087.07 


ital 




16,961,957.60 
683,838.71 










tals 




17,645,796.31 


65,145.3 


474.00 


225,693.8 


655,340.84 







931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1930 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $958,5 13 . 19 

Power sold to private companies 461,723 .70 

$1,420,236 89 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sum required to 

be paid by them for power supplied in the period 2,665 .87 

Revenue. . $1,417,571.02 



$1,417,571.02 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1930 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 
revenue 

from power 
sold to 
private 

companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 

paid to the 

Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining on 
be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
18,013.38 


$ c. 

43,645.93 

145,898.80 
263.47 


$ c. 

21,396.61 

70,702.77 
120.16 


$ c. 

281.13 

943 . 03 
1.73 


$ ' c. 

221,984.54 

732,254.48 
1,608.30 


$ c. 
222,390.16 

733,944.15 

2,178.88 


$ c. 

405 . 62 

1,689.67 
570.58 


$ c. 


58,899.46 




96.50 




77,009.34 
35,789.22 


189,808.20 
96,444.23 


92,219.54 
44,791.78 


1,225.89 
(1,225.89) 


955,847.32 
461,723.70 


958,513.19 
461,723.70 


2,665.87 


























112,798.56 


286,252.43 


137,011.32 




1,417,571.02 


1,420,236.89 













242 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit to each municipality in respect of power 
the year, also the net amount credited to each municipality in respect 

amount standing as a credit to each 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit 
October 31, 1929 


Payments on 
acount of such credits 


Credit 


Charged 


Fort William 

Nipigon twp 

Port Arthur 


Oct., 1926 
Jan., 1925 
Dec, 1910 


$ c. 

5,494.22 

823.55 

15,504.27 


$ c. 

5,494.22 

823.55 

15,504.27 


Totals. . . . 


21,822.04 


21,822.04 







THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929 $637,371 .86 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929 • 2,125.00 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $635,246.86 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them $77,009 . 34 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 35,789 22 

Reserve provided in respect of second hand equipment purchased 750.24 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 25,439.89 

138,988.69 

$774,235.55 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 31.62 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $774,203.93 



THUNDER SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest 

allowed thereon to October 31, 1930 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1930 


Amount 


Fort William 


4 years 

4 " 
4 " 


$ c. 

123,494.54 

681.22 


Nipigon twp 


Port Arthur 


439,017.04 










563,192.80 



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243 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1929; the payments thereon and interest added during 
of power supplied in the year ending October 31, 1930 and the accumulated 
municipality on October 31, 1930 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited in respect 

of power supplied in the year 

ending October 31, 1930 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit on October 31, 

1930 


Credited 


Credited 


Credited 


$ c. 

90.92 

12.98 

293.94 


$ c. 

405 . 62 

570.58 

1,689.67 


$ c. 

496.54 

583.56 

1,983.61 


397.84 


2,665.87 


3,063.71 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1930 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $521,483.80 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them $189,808.20 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 96,444.23 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 20,859 . 35 

307,111.78 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $828,595.58 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1929 $409,789. 88 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1930: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities $92,219.54 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 44,791 . 78 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 16,391 . 60 

153,402.92 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $563,192.80 



244 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SUDBURY DISTRICT— 
Operating Account for the 

Cost of Operation 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transmission lines and sta- 
tions, including water rentals and the proportion of administrative expenses of 
the Commission chargeable to the operation of the properties $78,049. 11 

Engineering and other expenses in connection with arrangements for an additional 

supply of power for this district 3,834.68 

Interest on bonds of the Wahnapitae Power Co. Limited, $458,100.00, 

assumed by the Commission and outstanding $29,785 . 19 

Interest on the capital investment of the Commission in the Wahna- 
pitae properties 108,057.91 

137,843.10 

$219,726.89 

Balance of cost of rebuilding dams 96,289.31 

Provision for contingencies 10,582. 50 

$326,598.70 



PATRICIA DISTRICT— 
Operating Account for the Ten 

Cost of Operation 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plant at Ear Falls, including water 
rentals and the proportion of administrative expenses chargeable to the opera- 
tion of the property $16,376. 64 

Interest on capital investment 18,085 .32 



$34,461.96 



931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 245 



WAHNAPITAE PROPERTIES 
Year Ending October 31, 1930 

Revenue for Period 
Power sold at fixed rates to private consumers and to municipalities $326,598.70 



$326,598.70 



(EAR FALLS GENERATING PLANT) 
Months Ending October 31, 1930 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold to private consumer $30,069 . 99 

Excess of operating expenses and interest over revenue 4,391.97 

$34,461.96 



246 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



HYDROELECTRIC POWER 



Account 



The Provincial 

For the Year ending 

Niagara and 

May 16, 1930 Cash returned to the Province, being the differ- 
ence between advances by the Province to the 
Commission and the capital expenditures 
made out of such advances by the Commission 
in the year ending October 31, 1929 $1,097,312.13 

Oct. 31, 1930 Repayment to the Province of the investment 
in the distribution systems in Belleville, 
Oshawa, Port Hope, Brighton and Napanee 
(in the former Central Ontario system) upon 
the sale of these properties to the munici- 
palities 1,157,522.73 

Oct. 31, 1930 Cash returned to the Province, being the amounts 
accumulated to October 31, 1928, in amortiza- 
tion and other reserves for the purpose of 
reducing the investment in certain properties 
and plants of the system formerly known as 
"Central Ontario" 478,544.64 

April 30, 1930 Paid on account of interest . . $4,355,856.22 

Oct. 31, 1930 Cheque to cover balance of interest for year 

ending October 31, 1930 4,416,434.49 

8,772,290.71 

Oct. 31, 1930 Payment under debt retirement plan 1,607,427 .82 

Oct. 31, 1930 Balance carried down 176,799,442.30 

$189,912,540.33 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 247 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

with 

Treasurer 

October 31, 1930 

Other Systems 

Oct. 31, 1929 Cash advances to date $173,589,916.68 

Less repayments to that date under debt retire- 
ment plan 9,067,606.06 

— $164,522,310. 62 

Nov. 1, 1929] 

to [ Sundry cash advances 16,617,939 .00 

Oct. 31, 1930J 

Oct. 31, 1930 Interest for year on all cash advances $9,222,175 .22 

Less — Interest credited by Province on repay- 
ments made by Commission 449,884.51 

8,772,290.71 



$189,912,540.33 



Nov. 1, 1930 Total cash advances $187,474,476. 18 

Less — Payments made under debt retirement plan 10,675,033 .88 

$176,799,442.30 



248 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year Ending October 31, 1930 

Expenditure 

Transportation expenses $359,072 . 82 

Maintenance — way and structures 58,324.48 

Maintenance — equipment 144,618 . 1 1 

Power 123,074.30 

Rental of motor buses 96,583 . 5 1 

General operating and management expenses 68,148.81 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway 23,125 . 10 

Taxes . . . . 5,590.40 

Insurance — fire and liability 61 ,493 . 63 

Total operating expenses $940,031 . 16 

Interest 273,499 . 93 

Provision for sinking fund 12,899.25 

$1,226,430.34 

Revenue 

Passenger $1,043,399.42 

Freight and express 14,581 . 28 

Miscellaneous 20,457.05 

Total revenue $1,078,437.75 

Deficit for the year charged to the municipalities 147,992 . 59 

$1,226,430.34 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929 $245,533. 18 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929 191,847.54 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $53,685.64 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances to the credit of the account 2,147.48 

$55,833.12 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 37,480.46 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1930 $18,352.66 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 249 

GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year ending October 31, 1930 

Expenditure 

Transportation expense $26,716.24 

Maintenance — way and structures ; 9,579.88 

Maintenance — equipment . .... 17,882.20 

Electric power and motor fuel .".' •'. 11,607.50 

Rental of motor buses 555 . 20 

General operating and management expenses 7,492. 11 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway , 2,588.05 

Insurance 4,413 . 59 

Taxes 514 . 89 

Written off valuation and other expenses, re purchase by the Com-- 

mission 256 . 30 

$81,605.96 

Interest 15,199.76 

Provision for instalments payable to the city of Guelph on May 1, 

1930, and November 1, 1930 under purchase agreement: 

Interest for year $4,392 . 99 

On account of principal 7,307 . 01 

11,700.00 

Provision for renewal of road and equipment 10,701 . 42 

$119,207.14 

Revenue 

Operating revenue $86,278.41 

Net deficit for year after provision for instalments on account of principal and 

interest payable to the city of Guelph 32,928 . 73 

$119,207.14 



Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1930 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1929 $41,344 .47 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1929 8,770.39 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1929 $32,574 .08 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1930: 

By appropriation for the year ; $10,701 .42 

Interest at 4 per cent, on the monthly balances to the credit of 

the account 1,283.76 

11,985.18 

$44,559.26 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1930 14,144.77 

$30,414.49 



250 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 25 



APPROPRIATIONS, ADVANCES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 



For the year ending October 31, 1930 



Appropriations made by the Legislature for the purposes of the Commission, Cash 

Advances by the Province to the Commission on account of such appropriations, 

and the Capital Expenditures made on each Undertaking and System 

by the Commission out of such Cash Advances in the Year 

Ending October 31, 1930 



SUMMARY 
NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by treasury board minute: 

For power developments $4,591,943 .00 

For transmission lines, transformer stations and rural distri- 
bution systems $5, 309, 000. ()0 

For eastern transmission lines and stations $4,527,649 .00 

14,428,592.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

treasury board minute $10,219,685 .00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1930, returnable to Province 189,026 . 19 



-$10,030,658.81 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 



On Queenston-Chippawa development $535,487 .57 

On Chats Falls development 1,862,230 . 18 

On right-of-way 26,241 .91 

On steel-tower lines 154,472 .54 

On wood-pole lines 59,836 . 76 

On transformer stations 2,150,536 . 17 

On eastern lines 1,808,460 .47 

On eastern stations 2,501,396 . 17 

On rural power districts 933,273 . 74 

$10,031,935.51 
On Ontario Power generating plant : 

Receipts in excess of expenditures $10 . 13 

On rural lines: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 1,266.57 



1,276.70 

$10,030,658.81 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 251 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature, by special warrant and by treasury 

board minute \ $2,183,456.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations, special 

warrant and treasury board minute .."'. $1,675,549 .00 

Deduct — Capital expenditures in the year ending October 31, 1929 

in excess of cash advances by the Province 30,158 .93 

$1,645,390.07 
Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1930, returnable to Province 14,758.06 

$1,630,632.01 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $103,653 . 65 

On transmission lines 427,368 . 17 

On transformer stations 391,480 .03 

On rural power districts 165,637 .48 

On local distributing systems 21,260.22 

On Walkerton and Saugeen properties: 

Purchase price (amount paid to Public Utilities 

Consolidated Corporation) $520,000 .00 

Extensions and betterments 1,232 .46 

521,232.46 

$1,630,632.01 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by treasury board minute: 

For Central Ontario district $732,500 .00 

For St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska districts. . . . 1,262,000.00 
For Nipissing district 150,000 .00 

$2,144,500.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

treasury board minute $1,120,250.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1930, returnable to Province 160,402.86 

$959,847.14 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development — Eastern Ontario System.. $29,107.07 

On transmission lines — Eastern Ontario system. . . 51,676.46 

On transformer stations — Eastern Ontario system . 174,874 . 12 

On utilities — Eastern Ontario system : 16,616 .01 

On rural power districts — Eastern Ontario system . 465,595 .91 

$737,869.57 

On power development — Nipissing district $57,874.67 

On transmission lines — Nipissing district 1,107 .67 

On utilities— Nipissing district 10,921 .26 

On rural power districts — Nipissing district 939 .65 

$70,843.25 
On transformer stations — Nipissing district: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 1,313 .81 

09,529.44 

On Madawaska district 153,668 .46 

$961,067.47 
On Ottawa River surveys: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 1,220.33 

$959,847.14 



252 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature $4,250,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $2,352,468.00 

Deduct — Capital expenditures in the year ending October 31, 1929 

in excess of cash advances by the Province 8,713 .77 

$2,343,754.23 
Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1930, returnable to Province.. 23,368.92 

$2,320,385.31 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $2,246,638. 54 

On transmission lines 37,646 .06 

On transformer stations 36,100.71 

: $2,320,385.31 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
(Sudbury (Wahnapitae) and Patricia Districts) 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $2,526,410 .00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $1,237,987.00 

Expended out of the Commission's working funds 29,470 . 19 

$1,267,457. 19 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On generating plants — Sudbury district (Wahnapitae) $ 1,499 . 18 

On transmission lines — Sudbury district (Wahnapitae) 144,939.01 

On transformer stations — Sudbury district (Wahnapitae) 260.92 

On local distributing systems — Sudbury district (Wahnapitae). . 966.12 

On purchase of 3,311 shares of stock of the Wahnapitae Power 

Company 1,026,410 .00 

On power development — Patricia district (Ear Falls) 93,381 .96 

$1,267,457 . 19 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Appropriations by Legislature $1,000,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $12,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1930, returnable to Province.. 1,156.67 

$10,843.33 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On service buildings and equipment 10,843 .33 



1931 



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SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 

And Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, and 
individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities in muni- 
cipalities owning their own distributing system and operating with energy 
supplied by or through the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these "Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, and 
the financial status at the present time. Other tables give much useful statistical 
information respecting average costs for the various classes of service and the 
rates in force. 

The books of account of the local electrical utilities in all municipalities 
which have contracted with the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for a supply of power are kept in accordance with a uniform accounting system 
designed by the Commission. During the year 1930, the uniform accounting 
system was installed in the following municipalities as each became ready for 
the service: Brighton, Port Hope, Napanee, Madoc, Stirling, Cardinal and 
Windermere. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all "Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities, much of the bookkeeping for the electrical 
utilities is performed by representatives of the Municipal Audit department of 
the Commission, in order to insure the employment of proper classifications of 
revenues and expenditures, to save time in preparation of reports, to insure com- 
pliance with all the requirements of the standard accounting system, and to 
make certain that the accounts represent as truly as possible the actual operating 
results for the year. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1912, and thus shows the march of progress. It com- 



256 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

bines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. It 
is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 in 
1913 to $80,129,286.29 in 1930, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to 
SI 16,400,634.91. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion as 
the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to $50,141,429.00. The reason for this is 
that much of the cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of 
surplus and reserve accounts without increasing the liabilities of the various 
systems. By this procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. 
Examination of the results will also show that there is a steady decline in the 
percentage of net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 
46.0 per cent in 1930. The equities in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission's 
systems automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of 
the cost of power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports for 
each year since "Hydro" service was inaugurated and combines the results from 
the local municipal utilities of all the systems. Study of this statement will 
show that the revenue has been increasing satisfactorily. The combined annual 
surplus, after providing for every cost of operation and fixed charges, including 
an adequate depreciation charge, amounted in 1930 to $1,900,694.51. 

The five statements, "A" to "E," following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal system and the results of operations, 
and also give information respecting revenue, number of consumers and con- 
sumption; cost of power to municipalities; power and lighting rates charged to 
consumers, etc. In the statements "A" and "B," the municipalities are arranged 
alphabetically under each system; in statement "D" the municipalities are 
arranged in three groups — cities, towns and small municipalities; in statements 
"C" and "E" all municipalities are arranged alphabetically. 

Statement "A" shows balance sheets for each municipality with the plant 
values subdivided into the general natural subdivisions specified in the standard 
accounting system, and there are also shown the other items which make up the 
total assets. It is to be noted that among the assets there are items entitled 
"equity in H-E. P. C. systems." These items represent the amount of accumulated 
sinking fund paid by the various municipalities through the medium of "power 
cost" toward the ultimate retirement of the capital invested by the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission on behalf of the partner municipalities. The total 
accumulation to the end of 1930 is shown on the consolidated balance sheet 
to be $17,346,372.44. 

During the year rebates were made in many municipalities in respect to 
surpluses standing to the credit of municipal street lighting and waterworks 
services, and to individual consumers, of amounts varying from one-sixth to 
one-fourth of the previous year's revenue. These rebates amounted in round 
figures to approximately $278,600.00 and affected the cash balances and 
surpluses in the current balance sheets accordingly. 

In each case the balance sheet is complete and final, including either in 
"accounts receivable," or "accounts payable," the adjustments with the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of the differences between the estimated and the 
actual costs of power to the municipality. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 257 

The liabilities of each local system are set out under their general sub- 
divisions, — debenture balance, accounts payable, bank overdraft, and other 
liabilities; this last account including local debentures issued by municipalities 
to finance ornamental street-lighting systems as local improvements. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission's systems, are also listed separately and totalled; and under 
the heading "surplus" are included not only the free operating profit but the 
accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also the amount 
of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The "depreciation reserve" now amounts to 18.23 per cent of the total 
depreciable plant, while the "depreciation reserve" and "surplus" combined 
have already reached the sum of $47,338,177.73, approximating 59.15 per cent 
of the total plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of consumers; 
the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure; the amount 
of the annual surpluses and the sums set aside for depreciation. The population 
served by each local utility, and the number of consumers of each class, are also 
shown. 

The item "power purchased" includes the annual adjustment made by the 
Commission, and hence shows for the calendar year the actual cost to the muni- 
cipal electrical utility and not the cost at the interim billed rates. 

Of the 267 municipal electrical utilities included in this statement, 220 had 
revenue from consumers sufficient to meet all operating expenses and fixed 
charges and to yield an aggregate operating surplus of $1,935,147.68 for the 
year; 30 were able to defray all operating and fixed charges except depreciation, 
but failed to set aside the full theoretical amounts for that reserve by $17,598.61 ; 
only 17 had gross deficits in respect of operating expenses and fixed charges other 
than depreciation, aggregating $9,375.56. The net surplus for all "Hydro" 
utilities was $1,900,694.51 for the year. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates set by this Commission, the revenue for 1930, and the 
cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per kilowatt- 
hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each municipality. 
For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of consumers 
and the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility.* For further 
reference to this informative statement, consult the special introduction to it 
on page 366. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1930, for 
domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



258 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year . 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 • 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 

873,838.18 
1,582,062.56 
4,234,626.05 

928,420.77 

981,754.70 
1,418,165.08 
1,309,628.49 

197,644.82 
1,701,182.66 

461,651.60 
1,184,372.86 


Substation equipment 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


Meters 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


Old plant 




Total plant 


10,081,469.16 
450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873,347.77 
284,653.96 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 
726,556.76 
868,983.78 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


Other assets . 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,801.11 




Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 




Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 

2,040,038.01 

292,106.44 

37,388.31 




Bank overdraft . 


Other liabilities 






Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. system 








For depreciation . . 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 












Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 




Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466 22 


Local sinking fund 


868,983 78 


Additional operating surplus 


880,730.55 




Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus.. . . 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 




88 


88.3 


80.3 



Note. — In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in H-E.P.C. systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
reduced by amount of local sinking fund. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


215 


$ c 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,080,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c 
1,859,888. 69^ 
2,820,448.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


$ c. 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,114.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,430,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.07 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 

341,855.88 

2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584.06 

25,447.07 


31,565,854.60 

900,842.34 
556,608.53 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,148,287.05 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,618.35 

795,570.51 


342,215:87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


78,929.84 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 
989,099.98 
938,368.84 


16.698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 


25,434,257.74 








373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584.06 
4,788,645.03 


800,249.05 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


5,491,858.93 














1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


6,292,107.98 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,157.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,618.35 
3,983,815.63 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


8,385,613.51 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 


64.7 



260 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1922 


1923 


1924 






Number of municipalities included 


226 


235 


248 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c 

3,334,552.68 

5,046,857.98 

11,165,330.24 

1,598,053.02 

3,618,684.73 

4,033,689.52 

1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 

3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 

7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 
13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 
4,548,933.73 
1,061,473.85 . 

708,431.22 
3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 
8,051,496.28 


$ c 
4,561,648.92 


Substation equipment 


6,800,238.00 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 


Meters 


5,149,629.71 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,134,491.77 

728,298.08 

4,168,262.21 

4,196,803.45 


Old plant 


5,587,420.31 






Total plant 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 

1,276,140.06 
1,153,424.47 
3,198,769.34 
1,819,711.62 
3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 


53,839,097.93 


Bank and cash balance 


1 748,912.34 


Securities and investments 


1,329,622.58 


Accounts receivable 


3,898,751.89 


Inventories 


1,745,628.16 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equitv in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 


Other assets 


250,292.77 






Total assets 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


30,454,186.12 

3,669,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,814.59 

1,517,828.47 


38,005,162.50 


Accounts payable 


3 117,224.08 


Bank overdraft 

Other liabilities 


162,100.71 
1,780,564.27 






Total liabilities 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 


43,065,051.56 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 


13,518,402.26 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 
3,896,261.28 
6,921,956.50 


3,530,610.35 


Local sinking fund 


4,520,723.06 


Additional operating surplus 


8,118,809.08 






Total surplus 


11,874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 


16,170,142.49 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


63.3 


62.6 


61.4 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



BALANCE SHEET 



1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


247 


251 


252 


256 


260 


267 


$ c. 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5,533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 


$ c 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


$ c 

6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 


$ c. 

7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 


$ c. 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 

19,220,326.48 

4,932,189.05 

7,953,090.23 

7,840,948.07 

1,780,785.67 

1,520,891.01 

3,996,747.77 

139,587.28 

5,322,690.14 


56,904,902.27 

1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
'3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


65,522,255.85 

3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 


70,264,599.35 

1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 
1,909,439.11 
4,481,006.92 
1,242,994.51 
8,396,255.47 
17,346,372.44 
173,030.05 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 


39,602,533.48 

3.118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 


42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 


42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 


45,091,808.06 

3,001,186.21 

405,663.14 

1,642,771.59 


42,360.355.58 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


48,095,707.63 


50,141,429.00 


7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 


10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 


12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 


14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,38-7.51 

1,574,655.74 


17,408,173.58 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


28,103,391.15 


31,806,415.69 


4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,074.73 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 


7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 


9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 


10,728,279.15 

8,396,255.47 

15,328,255.60 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


30,710,047.48 


34,452,790.22 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


57.2 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 


47.8 


46.0 



262 


TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 


No. 26 


CONSOLIDATED 


Year 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 







Number of municipalities included 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance . . . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses . . . 
Street lighting, operation and man 

tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expense 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 

debentures 



Total expenses. 



Surplus 

Depreciation charge 



Surplus less depreciation 



2S 



1,617,674.00 



45 



$ c 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 



560,925.56 



53,543.24 



2,617,439.51 



789 
78 
18 

104 

8 

5 
53 

84 

72 
77 

154 
65 

528 



632.87 
394.81 
698.46 

114.51 
547.61 
222.19 
108.38 

903.76 
,303.51 
,351.76 
,932.69 
,423.64 
,549.21 



1,377,168.00 



240,506.00 
124,992 47 



115,513.53 



2,041,183.40 



69 



$ c. 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 



698,409.71 



57,482.41 



3,433,656.16 



1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 



2,678,328.34 



99 



$ c 

944,271.08 

720,209.26 

1,501,797.78 



835,970.87 
68,046.' 29 



4,070,295.28 



1,485,614.72 

107,607.31 

25,935.56 

154,409.71 
11,508.92 
12,899.14 
47,494.26 

136,983.38 
74,402.55 
131,541.27 
236,777.86 
129,209.15 
817,978.89 



576,256.11 755,327.82 
262,675.24 357,883.31 



313,580.87 



397,444.51 



3,371,414.00 



698,881.28 
414,506.99 



284,374.29 



*Debenture payments included in "Interest.' 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



OPERATING REPORT 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


128 


143 


166 


181 


186 


205 


$ c. 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 
1,175,143.56 
3,443,107.13 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 

1,005,535.11 

168,919.95 

189,778.63 


$ c. 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


988,900.95 


1,060,357.77 
145,566.57 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


228,270.65 


225,467.70 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


10,981,942.30 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,563,880.17 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 

238,257.34 

60,805.92 

223,347.81 
30,488.83 
63,155.56 
65,149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962.78 
208,660.76 
421,680.15 
117,474.07 
1,238,425.53 

* 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 
77,789.22 
236,504.75 
452,131.22 
190,690.09 
1,285,571.51 

* 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 
78,294.85 
295,942.88 
559,695.29 
256,400.33 
1,431,807.16 

* 


4,876,650.31 
314,838.35 
104,798.01 

487,918.33 

65,088.46 

116,722.97 

134,854.92 

297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 
998,611.47 

532,183.96 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


9,317,781.00 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 
718,162.30 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
902,028.75 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


357,393.72 


385,367.80 


627,542.01 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 


619,726.45 



*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



264 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1922 


1923 


1924 






Number of municipalities included 


214 


224 


241 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160,446.81 

105,877.09 

187,689.39 


$ c 
5,166,452.24 
3,260,772.50 
5,927,666.37 
1,161,598.60 
1,269,604.48 
116,639.06 
316,311.21 


$ c. 
5,993,231.07 


Commercial light service 


3,566,227.22 


Commercial power service. . . 


6,222,865.88 


Municipal power 


1,352,966.47 




1,356.668.97 


Rural service 


75,100.24 


Miscellaneous 


231.663.58 






Total earnings 


12,756,104.21 


17,219,044.46 


18,798,723.43 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 

52,932.26 

107,806.88 

143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 " 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 


8,699,026.67 
474,442.13 
133,815.53 

636,477.41 

75,920.10 

139,104.81 

218,682.02 

299,579.08 
184,371.00 
444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359,206.91 


9,669,789.40 


Substation operation 


430,056.09 


Substation maintenance 


202,050.04 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


648,700.62 


Line transformer maintenance 


82,936.50 


Meter maintenance 


141,231.23 


Consumers' premises expenses 


237,316.20 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


269,973.30 


Promotion of business 


202,060.74 


Billing and collecting 


490,273.30 


General office, salaries and expenses. . . . 
Undistributed expense 


889,907.66 
494,078.50 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


1,074,657.44 
635,469.90 


1,615,205.16 
990,907.14 


1,779,991.26 


debentures 


1,122,798.87 






Total expenses 


11,343,765.78 


15,208,508.35 


16,661,163.71 






Surplus 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


2,010,536.11 
916,782.75 


2,137,559.72 


Depreciation charge 


973,649.62 






Surplus less depreciation 


696,524.19 


1,093,753.36 


1,163,910.10 







931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



OPERATING REPORT 



1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


242 


248 


251 


255 


259 


267 


$ c 
6,439,159.86 
3,866,292.79 
6,568,854.77 
1,923,093.09 
1,415,382.22 
37,975.18 
286,451.08 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1,457,686.21 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866.89- 
4,626,815.51 
7,342,173.20 
1,913,502.88 
1,489,242.37 
13,765.72 
581,913.04 


$ c 
8,925,050.56 
5,182,723.32 
8,298,669.44 
1,921,300.97 
1,534,476.98 
48,451.90* 
465,791.92 


$ c 
9,873,681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376,158.74 
2,086,444.24 
1,598,262.43 
51,590.54* 
522,780.95 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 

5,961,383.23 

9,340,653.28 

2,111,482.38 

1,674,528.03 

28,954.60* 

581,914.78 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 


26,376,465.09 


29,206,684.53 


30,241,820.19 


11,063,123.34 
417,921.71 
207,497.63 

686,344.54 

75,473.28 

156,909.55 

252,808.47 

275,316.60 
217,102.24 
521,134.01 
891,640.29 
520,584.58 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

• 189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869.37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 


13,505,583.77 
430,211.76 
275,148.86 

758,747.10 

94,706.38 

214,813.87 

285,352.68 

318,395.79 
220,687.60 
605,627.58 
824,868.90 
531,003.80 


14,688,570.08 
420,512.48 
247,647.88 

736,159.85 

88,676.18 

218,530.96 

291,333.03 

329,597.16 
249,842.01 
638,797.02 
844,578.55 
542,755.34 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 
274,275.56 

907,817.04 

93,608.14 

242,126.27 

314,495.03 

359,373.40 
250,844.28 
695,729.42 
904,025.64 
502,206.06 
110,630.62 
2,152,695.49 

1,687,201.64 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 
320,716.48 

991,972.86 

96,746.35 

278,379.43 

317,902.45 

372,211.17 
249,070.05 
745,159.02 
907,226.89 
523,862.96 
112,029.82 


1,889,810.95 
1,294,027.29 


1,985,233.73 
1,347,511.92 


2,063,698.00 
1,505,626.31 


2,111,049.49 
1,601,711.32 


2,220,214.45 
1,828,061.62 


18,469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472.40 


23,009,761.35 


25,335,461.74 


26,766,134.00 


2,067,514.51 
1,068,880.42 


2,313,627.14 
1,146,273.05 


2,522,807.21 
1,249,711.65 


3,366,703.74 
1,350,252.16 


3,871,222.79 
1,469,846.83 


3,475,686.19 
1,574,991.68 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 


2,016,451.58 


2,401,375.96 


1,900,694.51 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in "Rural Power Districts.' 
Consult Section IX. 



266 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,903 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

500 


Alvinston 
612 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
2,987 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,847.39 

21,016.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






932 00 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


8,329.91 


8,103.80 


14,008.12 


29,952.95 


10,503.89 

10,299.13 

1,766.94 


3,022.93 

2,209.49 

740.30 


3,085.95 

2,571.67 

404.09 


2,869.48 
2,939.07 
1,090.62 


14,221 71 


Meters 


15 127 22 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


812.44 


2,927.50 




503.36 


758.68 


1,510.30 


Old plant 


3,481.50 






773 .831 












Total plant 


53,388.65 

3,387.52 

1,500.00 

1,228.23 

987.65 


14,302.63 

520.25 

1,000.00 

820.40 


14,668.87 

2,315.76 

3,000.00 

229.13 


22,573.38 

398.29 

2,000.00 

279.19 


62,556.62 
14,184.37 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


5,215.94 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


22,994.10 


2,995.69 


6,998.55 


6,589.68 


17,899.54 














Total assets 


83,486.15 


19,638.97 


27,212.31 


31,840.54 
1,759.99 


99,856.47 


Deficit 














Total 


83,486.15 


19,638.97 


27,212.31 


33,600.53 


99,856.47 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 


1,836.49 


5,031.43 
35.48 


1,132.08 


15,434.38 
300 . 00 


28,890.43 
2,073.33 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilties 


332.53 




65.00 




1,767.76 










Total liabilities 


2,169.02 


5,066.91 


1,197.08 


15,734.38 


32,731.52 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


22,994.10 
8,819.07 


2,995.69 

1,054.77 


6,998.55 
4,755.86 


6,589.68 
3,181.61 


17,899.54 
12,363.91 


















Total reserves 


31,813.17 


4,050.46 


11,754.41 


9,771.29 


30,263.45 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,663.51 


3,041.22 


3,102.89 


8,094.86 


3,163.17 






Additional operating surplus. 


36,840.45 


7,480.38 


11,157.93 




33,698.33 


Total surplus 


49,503.96 


10,521.60 


14,260.82 


8,094.86 


36,861.50 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


83,486.15 


19,638.97 


27,212.31 


33,600.53 


99,856.47 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


3.6 


30.4 


5.9 


62.3 


39.9 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Ancaster 
Twp. 
4,124 


Arkona 
371 


Aylmer 
1,992 


Ayr 

781 ' 


Baden 
P.V. 


Barton 
Twp. 
1,597 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle 

River 

768 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,019.23 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660 . 64 


$ c. 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 








14,284.51, 


9,143.97 


20,495.19 


12,081.40 


6,821.18 


6,589.71 


12,873.76 


14,617.71 


8,445.64 
3,737.83 
1,171.89 


1,513.44 

1,675.32 

671.60 


10,175.31 
9,031.42 
1,495.51 


3,726.67 

3,462.32 

575.65 


3,880.22 

2,724.30 

447.45 


2,253.39 

2,417.89 

214.50 


2,356.94 

2,988.30 

410.35 


3,356.15 

3,129.34 

924.29 


276.93 


242.32 


1,179.20 


941.79 




20.00 


652.04 


962.78 










1,030.30 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 




















27,916*. 80 

1,855.43 


14,276.95 
• 456.64 


58,115.03 

6,599.03 

12,000.00 

2,204.91 

47.93 


24,915.36 
785.94 


14,533.79 
2,990.47 


11,495.49 
41.04 


19,457.52 

5,904.23 
7,000.00 

1,286.40 


22,990.27 

2,662.75 
3,000.00 


1,072.18 


417.73 
2.12 


179.70 


324.85 


976.94 


1,272.69 














5,154.75 


1,578.90 


15,580.60 


5,508.77 
540.82 


14,516.75 


1,729.16 


17,589.93 


3,285.53 
















35,999.16 


16,732.34 
1,096.39 


94,547.50 


31,930.59 


32,365.86 


14,242.63 
593.96 


51,238.08 


33,211.24 














35,999.16 


17,828.73 


94,547.50 


31,930.59 


32,365.86 


14,836.59 


51,238.08 


33,211.24 


1,295.22 


350.00 


23,853.35 


7,948.94 
26.14 




520.06 


2,924.97 














119.70 


2,000.00 


20.00 






100.36 
















10,161.20 


13,689.17 


23,873.35 


7,975.08 


2,701.72 


8,813.24 


2,924.97 


6,560.47 


4,728.82 


1,578.90 
787.00 


8,621.11 


2,674.52 


1,372.66 


1,879.05 


4,598.39 


2,910.93 
5,000.00 


















9,883.57 










3,608.21 






2,043.30 


1,773.66 


14,848.57 


9,554.44 


2,298.28 


2,415.14 


2,428.03 


1,939.53 


13,911.09 




31,623.87 


6,217.78 


11,476.45 




23,696.76 


13,514.78 










15,954.39 


1,773.66 


46,472.44 


15,772.22 


13,774.73 


2,415.14 


26,124.79 


15,454.31 


35,999.16 


17,828.73 


94,547.50 


31,930.59 


32,365.86 


14,836.59 


51,238.08 


33,211.24 


32.9 


90.3 


30.2 


30.2 


15.1 


70.4 


8.7 


21.9 



268 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Blenheim 
1,631 


Blyth 
618 


Bolton 
600 


Bothwell 
603 


Brampton 
4,993 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,081.32 

24,742.53 

46,557.36 


Substation equipment 


909 . 64 
22,236.61 








Distribution system — overhead. . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


10,803.03 


9,926.41 


5,904.61 


7,899.71 
9,397.80 
2,805.03 
1,482.97 
1,586.67 


2,441.35 
1,642.42 
1,284.19 


4,296.34 

2,820.12 

817.19 


'2,575.37 
2,822.96 

195.44 
4,431.19 

528.56 


23,468.05 

24,970.18 

2,574.56 


Meters . 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


254.58 


1,043.38 


18,014.58 


Old plant 




2,332.68 


1,554.60 




675 00 








Total plant 


46,318.43 
25.00 


18,758.25 
1.58 


20,458.04 

453.58 
500.00 

451.47 


16,458.13 

2,240.74 

11,000.00 

259.49 


146,083.58 
50 00 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


919.55 


1,708.97 


16,559.86 
182.21 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


14,966.70 
1,272.05 


3,087.68 


8,043.77 


8,707.28 


65,045.47 












Total assets 


63,501.73 


23,556.48 


29,906.86 


38,665.64 


227,921.12 


Deficit . . 














Total 


63,501.73 


23,556.48 


29,906.86 


38,665.64 


227,921.12 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 


9,878.28 


11,817.46 
68.93 


7,544.21 
422.40 


3,527.91 
1,147.07 


22,629.72 
96.22 


Bank overdraft 


145.41 
1,482.97 


1,046.93 


Other liabilities 


5.00 
















Total liabilities 


11,506.66 


11,891.39 


7,966.61 


4,674.98 


23,772.87 


Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


14,966.70 
8,491.15 


3,087.68 
1,739.41 


8,043.77 
3,871.99 


8,707.28 
4,419.12 


65,045.47 
42,296.71 














Total reserves 


23,457.85 


4,827.09 


11,915.76 


13,126.40 


107,342.18 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


4,121.72 


4,451.57 


4,955.79 


2,006.28 


46,420.92 


Additional operating surplus 


24,415.50 


2,386.43 


5,068.70 


18,857.98 


50,385.15 


Total surplus 


28,537.22 


6,838.00 


10,024.49 


20,864.26 


96,806.07 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


63,501.73 


23,556.48 


29,906.86 


38,665.64 


227,921.12 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


23.7 


58.1 


36.4 


15.6 


14.6 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



1 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Brantford 
29,287 


Brantford 
Twp. 
7,053 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V/ 


Brussels 
706 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville, 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,475 


$ c. 

79,899.07 

164 429 80 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 


$ e. 


1,192.71 
49,486.95 










232,873.91 
6 000 00 


8,942.22 


6,943.41 


13,371.74 


8,631.66 


3,335.78 


15,180.37 


118,090.21 

109,326.86 

22,919.41 

38 797 27 


15,460.67 

11,082.52 

3,827.71 


3,332.50 
2,015.50 
1,523.23 


1,837.10 

2,260.90 

337.31 


2,395.35 
3,470.93 
1,568.00 


2,353.44 

3,180.86 

425.14 


1,207.84 
934.25 
200.94 


5,275.06 
5,194.99 
1,400.83 


32,270.27 


2,864.21 


563.56 


858.11 


1,537.56 


644 . 50 


457.22 


594.81 








1,381.00 


2,827.50 




















804,606.80 

1,255.55 


83,914.77 

10,197.71 

1,255.69 

389.75 

10.15 

2,433.00 

9,134.42 


16,377.01 

1,272.76 


13,718.86 
874.63 


25,171.08 
371.88 


15,437.60 

2,965.20 

1,000.00 

951.51 


6,136.03 

2,621.55 


27,646.06 

136.44 
2,000.00 


27,193.70 

1,130.12 
163,014.09 


273.99 


700.10 


561 .06 


84.05 


626.39 














331,278.60 


1,153.64 


5,001.96 


4,491.88 


5,412.70 


2,208.55 


8,403.54 


















1,328,478.86 


107,335.49 


19,077.40 


20,295.55 


30,595.90 


25,767.01 


11,050.18 


38,812.43 


















1,328,478.86 


107,335.49 


19,077.40 


20,295.55 


30,595.90 


25,767.01 


11,050.18 


38,812.43 


425,250.00 
1 554 97 


32,568.87 
3,144.34 


11,914.39 
354.37 


1,671.93 
471.00 


16,021.08 
100.00 


1,422.68 


1,284.31 
305.15 


2,461.76 








49,870.08 


1,488.45 


























476,675.05 


37,201.66 


12,268.76 


2,142.93 


16,121.08 


1,422.68 


1,589,46 


2,461.76 


331,278.60 

171,315.34 

1,000 00 


9,134.42 
17,490.18 


1,153.64 
3,505.92 


5,001.96 
2,297.39 


4,491.88 
2,643.68 


5,412.70 
3,428.41 


2,208.55 
1,662.83 


8,403.54 
3,502.79 


















503,593.94 












3,871.38 


11,906.33 


104,750.00 
163,014 09 


24,556.79 

2,433.00 

16,519.44 


453 . 64 


6,328.07 


4,978.92 


7,577.32 


2,215.69 


2,162.24 


80,445.78 


1,695.44 


4,525.20 


2,360.34 


7,925.90 


3,373.65 


22,282.10 


348,209.87 


43,509.23 


2,149.08 


10,853.27 


7,339.26 


15,503.22 


5,589.34 


24,444.34 


1,328,478.86 


107,335.49 


19,077.40 


20,295.55 


30,595.90 


25,767.01 


11,050.18 


38,812.43 


37.6 


36.3 


68.4 


14.0 


61.8 


7.0 


18.0 


8.1 



270 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Campbell- 
ville, 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
671 


Chatham 
16,104 


Chippawa 
1,171 


Clifford 


Population 


461 






Assets 

Lands and buildings . 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
46,044.79 
101,695.86 
154,382.82 
72,026.49 
86,806.69 
68,552.49 
15,065.24 
31,950.56 
31,194.35 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead. . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


2,954.27 


15,498.45 


17,923.35 


6,723.91 


718.23 
511.99 
258.56 


2,809.06 

2,314.32 

942 . 83 


5,192.56 
4,652.85 
1,833.65 


1,076.74 


Meters 


2,014.44 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


653.09 


6.82 


353.31 


1,022.19 


37.44 


Old plant . 






42,760.91 
















Total plant 


4,449.87 

528.08 

1,000.00 

348.36 


21,917.97 
367.21 


650,480.20 
50.00 


30,624.60 

682.71 


10,505.62 




1,172.28 






Accounts receivable 


888.39 
231.13 


24,306.59 

4,958.57 


234.72 


94.98 














Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


484.96 


2,892.90 


160,923.97 


6,898.13 
50.31 


2,082.37 












Total assets 


6,811.27 


26,297.60 
203.87 


840,719.33 


38,490.47 


13,855.25 


Deficit 














Total 


6,811.27 


26,501.47 


840,719.33 


38,490.47 


13,855.25 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,322.19 
164.54 


16,049.11 

917.57 


186,142.04 

4,617.06 

57,716.35 

46,570.04 


8,530.71 
89.76 


7,239.25 


Accounts payable 




























Total liabilities 


4,486.73 


16,966.68 


295,045.49 


8,620.47 


7,239.25 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


484.96 
508.00 


2,892.90 
2,691.00 


160,923.97 

93,128.18 

502.72 


6,898.13 
5,162.85 


2,082.37 
991.73 
















Total reserves 


992 . 96 


5,583.90 


254,554.87 


12,060.98 


3,074.10 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,125.58 


3,950.89 


83,857.96 


4,819.29 


760.75 


Additional operating surplus 


206.00 




207,261.01 


12,989.73 


2,781.15 






Total surplus 


1,331.58 


3,950.89 


291,118.97 


17,809.02 


3,541.90 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


6,811.27 


26,501.47 


840,719.33 


38,490.47 


13,855.25 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


71.0 


72.5 


43.4 


27.3 


61.5 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Clinton 
1,937 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Court right 
394 ' 


Dash wood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
508 


$ c. 
7,979.41 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


7,544.43 
















21,892.23 


6,463 . 60 


8,854.99 


6,515.06 


3,301.44 


3,629.97 


8,009.67 


9,197.42 


7,121.85 
8,908.28 
1,217.29 


3,222.00 

2,189.92 

384.93 


1,538.31 

1,803.64 

359.43 


1,225.40 
874.17 
425.08 


1,593.58 

1,340.00 

342.52 


766.83 
841.69 
140.78 


3,286.91 

2,324.67 

459.14 


2,640.13 

3,156.59 

673.50 


4,119.34 


957.54 


206.27 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


388.37 


10,658.09 
































69,440.92 
2,722.26 


13,217.99 
3,783.62 


12,762.64 
1,233.57 


9,598.38 


6,869.41 
1,542.00 


5,583.08 

1,256.33 

2,500.00 

171.95 


14,408.80 

112.93 

2,000.00 

808.89 


16,056.01 
704.07 






6,000.00 


3,089.70 
1,506.50 


130.15 

34.88 


298.28 


339.48 


543.39 


249.49 


20,403.87 














18,757.65 


8,370.76 


941.80 


2,001.97 


3,541.74 


1,080.89 


2,767.65 


4,605.73 


















115,920.90 


25,537.40 


15,236.29 


11,939.83 


12,496.54 


10,592.25 


20,098.27 


27,615.30 


















115,920.90 


25,537.40 


15,236.29 


11,939.83 


12,496.54 


10,592.25 


20,098.27 


27,615.30 


44,500.00 
972.49 


2,980.88 


7,879.38 
10.01 


5,189.89 
841.82 
223.58 


2,447.78 
3.42 


2,575.47 
364.61 


2,903.64 


7,231.05 
50.00 














85.00 
























45,472.49 


2,980.88 


7,974.39 


6,255.29 


2,451.20 


2,940.08 


2,903.64 


7,281.05 


18,757.65 
16,233.60 


8,370.76 
3,918.81 


941.80 
1,497.55 


2,001.97 
481.15 


3,541.74 
1,388.51 


1,080.89 
851.64 


2,767.65 
621.97 


4,605.73 
3,724.56 


















34,991,25 


12,289.57 


2,439.35 


2,483.12 


4,930.25 


1,932.53 


3,389.62 


8,330.29 




4,719.12 


1,120.84 


2,948.46 


952.22 


1,424.53 


1,396.36 


2,268.95 


20,403.87 




15,053.29 


5,547.83 


3,701.71 


252.96 


4,162.87 


4,295.11 


12,408.65 


9,735.01 


35,457.16 


10,266.95 


4,822.55 


3,201.42 


5,115.09 


5,719.64 


13,805.01 


12,003.96 


115,920.90 


25,537.40 


15,236.29 


11,939.83 


12,496.54 


10,592.25 


20,098.27 


27,615.30 


32.7 


17.4 


55.8 


62.9 


27.4 


30.9 


16.8 


31.6 



Ill 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Dresden 
1,465 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,052 


Dunnville 


Population 


3,450 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


% c. 


% c. 


$ c. 

9,235.96 

13,396.22 

47,966.05 


% c. 

3,339.68 

27,301.25 


Substation equipment 


523.00 
15,846.13 






Distribution system — overhead. . . 
Distribution system, underground . 


4,318.07 


5,787.61 


33,312.65 


Line transformers 


7,260.48 
5,689.08 
1,116.00 


1,417.47 

1,730.95 

253.02 


897.65 
874.11 
544 . 86 


19,252.96 
19,729.99 
10,737.21 


15,964.94 

13,895.05 

3,132.98 

4,767.47 

6,061.59 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


543 . 84 


266.20 


787.06 


7,165.97 


Old plant. . 


4,815.01 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 








Total plant 


35,793.54 

25.77 

3,000.00 

818.33 

410.81 


7,985.71 
1,019.09 


8,891.29 
113.40 


129,351.74 

3,181.93 

1,500.00 

5,819.50 

537.23 


118,493.23 


Bank and cash balance 


261.82 


Securities and investments 


10,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


538.00 
91.41 


103.31 


5,477.25 


Inventories 


348.35 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


12,558.73 


2,537.87 


2,382.69 


61,026.15 
107.99 


21,203.86 












Total assets 


52,607.18 


12,172.08 


11,490.69 
462.67 


201,524.54 


155,784.51 


Deficit 














Total 


52,607.18 


12,172.08 


11,953.36 


201,524.54 


155,784.51 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,258.35 
97.34 


2,897.62 
235.61 


2,600.14 

1,148.81 


31,797.72 
3,761.54 


56,987.56 


Accounts payable 


10,425.23 


Bank overdraft . 












1,675.77 


600.00 












Total liabilities 


3,355.69 


3,133.23 


3,748.95 


37,235.03 


68,012.79 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


12,558.73 
5,163.56 


2,537.87 
2,372.63 


2,382.69 
2,221.86 


61,026.15 

32,221.71 


21,203.86 
21,751.39 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


17,722.29 


4,910.50 


4,604.55 


93,247.86 


42,955.25 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


12,979.90 


1,602.38 


3,599.86 


21,202.28 


18,512.44 


Additional operating surplus 


18,549.30 


2,525.97 




49,839.37 


26,304.03 






Total surplus 


31,529.20 


4,128.35 


3,599.86 


71,041.65 


44,816.47 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


52,607.18 


12,172.08 


11,953.36 


201,524.54 


155,784.51 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


8.4 


32.5 


41.2 


26.5 


50.5 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Dutton 
805 


East 

Windsor 

15,105 


Elmira 
2,795 


Elora 
1,244 


Embro 
424 


Erieau 
210 


Erie 

Beach 

21 


Essex 
1,732 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,135.70 


$ c. 
1,494.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 














7,807.48 


160,524.51 


29,977.74 


15,623.53 


8,770.47 


8,831.52 


1,834.77 


34,317.53 
442.55 


3,459.80 

3,259.83 

577.88 


70,222.28 
60,508.38 


14,595.27 

12,593.32 

1,467.33 


7,301.95 

5,680.92 

945.48 


2,847.45 

1,901.58 

475.30 


1,280.72 

1,909.23 

240.10 


613.17 
625.68 


12,928.39 
9,827.15 
1,340.06 




57,814.00 
3,439.78 






338.94 


4,920.64 


1,445.50 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,731.40 






2,168.08 


1,425.47 


429.25 


















15,443.93 


352,508.95 


71,858.08 
253.88 


33,917.39 

2,244.65 

5,000.00 

166.85 

795.26 


14,493.50 
15.94 


12,641.47 


3,448.65 
31.33 


61,587.08 
692.55 


5,000.00 






5,000.00 


889.33 
53 30 


85,352.01 


1,421.38 
130.86 


775.52 


416.92 


322.88 


5,667.20 














7,804.07 


85,588.91 


34,758.51 


16,421.55 


4,755.62 


1,623.79 


439.41 


10,307.75 


















29,190.63 


523,449.87 


108,422.71 


58,545.70 


20,040.58 


14,682.18 


4,242.27 


83,254.58 


















29,190.63 


523,449.87 


108,422.71 


58,545.70 


20,040.58 


14,682.18 


4,242.27 


83,254.58 




29,781.53 


2,995.44 


866.49 


4,812.67 
135.95 


1,316.83 
375.19 




20,360.42 
1,141 58 


80.61 




1,936.41 


6.84 


57,814.00 


515.65 


116.43 






595.18 












5,810.70 


205,403.04 


20,404.95 


6,822.80 


4,948.62 


7,152.94 


2,907.61 


24,033.59 


7,804.07 
4,874.60 


85,588.91 

36,447.33 

750.00 


34,758.51 
14,613.08 


16,421.55 
9,011.47 


4,755.62 
3,716,67 


1,623.79 
1,002.50 


439.41 
280.00 


10,307.75 

7,577.17 
















12,678.67 


122,786.24 


49,371.59 


25,433.02 


8,472.29 


2,626.29 


719.41 


17,884.92 


2,684.24 


31,192.49 


8,106.14 


7,160.12 


2,687.33 


1,422.21 


392.39 


2,139.58 


8,017.02 


164,068.10 


30,540.03 


19,129.76 


3,932.34 


3,480.74 


222.86 


39.196.49 


10,701.26 


195,260.59 


38,646.17 


26,289.88 


6,619.67 


4,902.95 


615.25 


41,336.07 


29,190.63 


523,449.87 


108,422.71 


58,545.70 


20,040.58 


14,682.18 


4,242.27 


83,254.58 


27.2 


46.9 


27.7 


16.2 


32.4 


54.8 


76.5 


32.9 



274 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
14,212 


Exeter 
1,615 


Fergus 
2,286 


Fonthill 
763 


Forest 
1,415 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 
23,873.05 


$ c. 
3,281.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,292.40 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground . 


290,710.32 


21,620.44 


31,114.50 


10,106.39 


20,767.84 


Line transformers 


66,597.43 

57,597.43 

12,784.47 

2,689.44 

7,844.51 


9,314.57 

7,594.61 

932.04 


14,882.12 

10,833.18 

1,876.77 


4,408.80 

4,175.91 

925.60 


8,687.85 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


8,774.78 
2,369.94 


2,543.18 


1,561.69 


3,684.64 


1,501.66 


Old plant 






2,546.59 




11,042.87 










Total plant 


462,096.65 
7,708.26 


45,286.43 

8,001.79 
3,000.00 
2,645.31 
3,339.66 


62,814.85 
633.09 


23,301.34 
889.79 


59,437.34 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 


2,814.26 
5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


17,537.74 
153.57 


1,573.60 
399.21 


711.12 


3,215.67 
2,978.69 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


56,972.51 


16,339.86 


18,472.03 


1,471.27 


10,978.74 














Total assets 


544,468.73 


78,613.05 


83,892.78 


26,373.52 


84,924.70 


Deficit 
















Total 


544,468.73 


78,613.05 


83,892.78 


26,373.52 


84,924.70 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


183,794.62 
66,558.06 


10,957.54 


26,497.48 


19,810.57 
445.47 


13,689.92 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft. . 




5,301.34 
10.00 




Other liabilities 


8,969.59 




243.31 


53.50 








Total liabilities 


259,322.27 


10,957.54 


31,808.82 


20,499.35 


13,743.42 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


56,972.51 
52,069.70 


16,339.86 

9,884.77 

101.87 


18,472.03 
4,482.10 


1,471.27 
1,250.35 


10,978.74 
11,888.69 


Other reserves 


350.00 












Total reserves 


109,042.21 


26,326.50 


22,954.13 


2,721.62 


23,217.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


57,205.38 


9,042.51 


15,502.52 


2,689.43 


20,710.08 






Additional operating surplus 


118,898.87 


32,286.50 


13,627.31 


463.12 


27,253.77 


Total surplus 


176,104.25 


41,329.01 


29,129.83 


3,152.55 


47,963.85 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


544,468.73 


78,613.05 


83,892.78 


26,373.52 


84,924.70 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


53.2 


17.6 


48.6 


82.3 


18.6 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Gait 
13,236 


George- 
town 
1,992 


Glencoe 
759 


Goderich 
4,221 


Granton 

P.V. 


Guelph 
19,857 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,246 


Hamilton 
134,566 


$ c. 
199 351 47 


$ c. 
12.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,957.48 
34,402.48 
59,933.91 


$ c. 


$ c 

13,380.18 

126,039.22 

171,535.71 


$ c. 


$ c. 
957,948 05 


173,378.04 




"4,150 .68 


864.37 
18,719.63 


671,342.99 


220,838.69 


27,646.52 


20,660.69 


934,498.99 
517,399.44 


56,467.93 
69,485.54 
14,238.76 
58 775 54 


16,552.07 

12,380.27 

1,362.22 


6,522.45 
4,119.08 
1,714.63 


19,593.04 

16,296.57 

4,825.17 


1,533.55 

1,456.26 

163.37 


78,504.34 
85,859.59 
38,027.59 
883.19 
16,229.42 


9,408.02 

7,526.79 

958.69 


525,903.67 
507,688.87 
160,994.93 


24,427.06 


3,037.27 


3,577.97 


6,074.38 


113.08 


1,551.68 


194,436.42 




2,209.80 




14,622.15 








30,049.20 














816,963.03 
175.00 


63,200.15 

2,754.25 

9,638.19 

1,532.60 

628.73 


36,594.82 
314.63 


168,705.18 

3,143.13 

500.00 

5,683.87 

2,225.28 


7,416.94 

2,035.19 

2,000.00 

113.43 


530,459.24 
9,046.94 


39,029.18 

7,733.09 

7,000.00 

3,362.98 

41.00 

34,726^60 


4,500,262.56 
674,401.60 


56,059.78 
15 146 20 


1,777.47 


47,238.30 

35,846.05 

36,750.38 

263,987.99 


302,983.85 
80 079 21 


160,925.31 

227,733.82 

1 042 94 






514 388 66 


38,894.89 


7,076.39 


50,600.45 


3,469.55 


1,333,362.13 
14,334 22 


















1,278,046.08 


116,648.81 


45,763.31 


230,857.91 


15,035.11 


923,328.90 


91,892.85 


7,419,812.23 


















1,278,046.08 


116,648.81 


45,763.31 


230,857.91 


15,035.11 


923,328.90 


91,892.85 


7,419,812.23 


424,698.60 
22,675 95 


12,862.73 
983.78 


11,353.36 


56,468.67 
5,273.91 


2,469.61 
637.55 


65,579.16 
19,850.54 


4,235.45 


3,674,571.94 
239,680 34 


54,118 47 














1,343.10 




2,361.57 




128,145.34 












501,493.02 


13,846.51 


11,353.36 


63,085.68 


3,107.16 


87,791.27 


4,235.45 


4,042,397.62 


227,733.82 

189,566.78 

584 29 


38,894.89 
16,330.51 


7,076.39 
4,449.81 


50,600.45 
43,984.52 


3,469.55 
1,494.61 


263,987.99 

49,530.98 

236.00 


34,726.60 

5,742.45 


1,333,362.13 

624,423.01 

42,549 15 
















417,884.89 


55,225.40 


11,526.20 


94,584.97 


4,964.16 


313,754.97 


40,469.05 


2,000,334.29 


93,303.35 
160,925 31 


7,137.27 


8,759.52 


39,619.38 


1,030.39 


79,420.83 

36,750.38 

405,611.45 


3,764.55 
43,423 '. 80 


544,453.18 
514,388 66 


104,439.51 


40,439.63 


14,124.23 


33,567.88 


5,933.40 


318,238.48 


358,668.17 


47,576.90 


22,883.75 


73,187.26 


6,963.79 


521,782.66 


47,188.35 


1,377,080.32 


1,278,046.08 


116,648.81 


45,763.31 


230,857.91 


15,035.11 


923,328.90 


91,892.85 


7,419,812.23 


38.3 


17.8 


29.3 


35.0 


26.9 


8.2 


7.4 


63.3 



276 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,274 


Harrow 
P.V. 


Hensall 
753 


Hespeler 
2,719 


Highgate 
350 








Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

4,448.18 

31,700.81 

29,112.39 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 

Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground . 


600.00 
21,582.73 








14,204.68 


12,370.10 


6,232.83 




7,339.42 
6,747.65 
1,141.41 


7,717.82 

5,484.05 

644.18 


4,428.42 

3,291.15 

605.33 


19,655.81 

12,030.00 

5,425.92 


2,249.25 

1,687.40 

343.16 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,356.76 


95.42 


576.95 


623.93 


551.98 


Old plant 


1,001.43 




400.00 














Total plant 


39,769.40 
20.00 


28,146.15 
5,917.24 


21,671.95 
4,928.01 


102,997.04 

3,518.95 


11,064.62 
1,176 23 




Securities and investments 


2,353.04 
201 41 


Accounts receivable 


591.14 


2,216.56 


1,238.95 
4.22 


5,832.96 
250.56 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.. 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


13,437.77 


6,258.50 


5,671.22 


35,959.49 


4,395.36 














Total assets 


53,818.31 


42,538.45 


33,514.35 


148,559.00 


19,190.66 


Deficit . 












Total. . 


53,818.31 


42,538.45 


33,514.35 


148,559.00 


19,190 66 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


13,934.65 
3,386.63 
2,815.62 


9,724.65 
2,125.79 


8,385.45 
873.43 


42,991.31 
501.52 


3,522.60 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . 


185.00 


37.50 


15.20 










Total liabilities 


20,136.90 


12,035.44 


9,296.38 


43,508.03 


3,522.60 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


13,437.77 
3,095.28 


6,258.50 
1,691.92 


5,671.22 
4,031.73 


35,959.49 
9,393.50 


4,395.36 
2,795.73 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


16,533.05 


7,950.42 




45,352.99 




Debentures paid 


11,883.38 


2,275.35 


3,614.55 


34,579.20 


1,477.40 


Additional operating surplus 


5,264.98 


20,277.24 


10,900.47 


25,118.78 


6,999.57 


Total surplus 


17,148.36 


22,552.59 


14,515.02 


59,697.98 


8,476.97 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


53,818.31 


42,538.45 


33,514.35 


148,559.00 


19,190.66 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


49.9 


33.2 


33.4 


38.6 


23.8 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



H umber- 
stone 
1,597 


Ingersoll 
5,050 


Jarvis 
471 


Kingsville 
2,223 


Kitchener 
28,282 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
628 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,269 


$ c. 


$ c. 
15,064.45 
25,374.39 
51,027.08 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,774.09 


$ c. 

52,191.26 
213,980.95 
295,506.58 

34,669.75 
158,395.98 
161,948.01 

57,801.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
13,666.90 










7,085.62 


25,702.65 


8,866.18 


29,183.92 


6,454.46 


18,460.56 


46,699.40 
6,464.83 


8,318.36 

7,722.87 

861.20 


25,090.10 

24,271.02 

2,919.52 

4,597.59 

11,959.13 


2,526.96 

2,055.87 

846.99 


12,143.99 

12,241.29 

1,384.89 

19,200.00 

306.97 


1,695.33 

1,869.38 

269.16 


6,716.60 

4,032.82 

946.49 


20,592.23 

21,666.68 

1,380.13 

15,178.49 


3,007.22 


536.27 


16,319.19 


300.71 


1,486.19 


1,930.19 




19,597.39 






52,398.91 




300.00 














45,612.30 

5,785.25 


179,900.67 

10,723.39 
12,883.90 
1,040.02 
2,863.83 
54,436.40 
75,176.79 


14,832.27 
2,793.29 


82,235.15 

2,338.17 

10,000.00 

4,693.69 


1,043,212.35 

9,535.59 
15,000.00 
66,954.98 
15,118.71 


10,589.04 
1,768.55 


31,942.66 

3,557.71 


134,664.47 

17,990.68 
2,000 00 


336.11 


685.43 
46.75 


690 . 14 


1,927.29 


10,109.24 










5,841.61 


4,985.78 


14,226.18 


497,597.47 
86,939.84 


3,636.66 


3,855.35 


23,093.04 
















57,575.27 


337,025.00 


23,343.52 


113,493.19 


1,734,358.94 


16,684.39 


41,283.01 


187,857.43 


















57,575.27 


337,025.00 


23,343.52 


113,493.19 


1,734,358.94 


16,684.39 


41,283.01 


187,857.43 


23,600.00 
489.88 


79,800.00 
615.72 


8,010.59 
878.63 


30,544.29 
3,581.51 


259,303.75 
46,061.64 


2,822.31 
1,132.06 


13,124.75 
1,446.52 


38,898.20 
6,563.23 


810.29 


4,597.59 




20,381.53 


86,939.84 




494.86 


17,208.77 










24,900.17 


85,013.31 


8,889.22 


54,507.33 


392,305.23 


3,954.37 


15,066.13 


62,670.20 


5,841.61 
2,783.45 


75,176.79 
17,289.40 


4,985.78 
1,561.02 


14,226.18 
11,774.63 


497,597.47 

192,953.67 

16,069.08 


3,636.66 
1,948.96 


3,855.35 
2,984.44 


23,093.04 
13,922.99 
















8,625.06 


92,466.19 


6,546.80 


26,000.81 


706,620.22 


5,585.62 


6,839.79 


37,016.03 


8,400.00 




2,489.41 


2,955.71 


252,846.25 


1,177.69 


2,375.25 


9,101.80 




54,436.40 
105,109.10 




15,650.04 


5,418.09 


30,029.34 


382,587.24 


5,966.71 


17,001.84 


79,069.40 


24,050.04 


159,545.50 


7,907.50 


32,985.05 


635,433.49 


7,144.40 


19,377.09 


88,171.20 


57,575.27 


337,025.00 


23,343.52 


113,493.19 


1,734,358.94 


16,684.39 


41,283.01 


187,857.43 


48.1 


14.7 


48.4 


55.0 


31.7 


30.3 


40.3 


38.0 



278 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 

2,545 


London 
68,404 


London 
Twp. 

7,821 


Lucan 
573 


Lynden 
P V 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,416.07 


$ c. 

410,000.14 

929,144.77 

721,520.79 

198,040.91 

221,691.61 

297,661.75 

53,855.12 

11,895.58 

*125,240.60 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
241 18 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground . 


35,568.46 
1,892.35 
16,466.40 
15,194.94 
1,754.13 
1,348.66 
2,698.41 


15,629.49 


10,404.61 


4,750.62 


Line transformers 


4,986.28 

3,418.34 

743.58 


3,963.49 

3,040.05 

410.87 


2,149.21 

1,479.81 

256.56 




Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


478.71 


484.77 


193.57 


Old plant 


4,745.30 




1,733.80 


2,860.45 










Total plant 


81,084.72 
2,811.69 


2,969,051.27 
8,846.31 


26,990.20 
4,864.54 


21,164.24 

1,060.61 

5,000.00 

672.75 


9,070.95 
618 50 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


3,317.38 


298,564.38 

88,306.14 

305,287.28 

897,425.49 


1,227.48 


255.75 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


27,700.72 


4,159.76 


8,572.43 


6,647.57 














Total assets 


114,914.51 


4,567,480.87 


37,241.98 


36,470.03 


16,592.77 


Deficit 
















Total 


114,914.51 


4,567,480.87 


37,241.98 


36,470.03 


16,592.77 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


12,581.62 


1,120,600.97 

150,938.14 

48,963.01 

1,089.83 


13,746.97 
1,775.05 


5,064.07 
95.00 


3,104.77 


Accounts payable 


154.99 


Bank overdraft. 






Other liabilities 


1,448.66 


5.00 












Total liabilities 


14,030.28 


1,321,591.95 


15,527.02 


5,159.07 


3,259.76 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


27,700.72 
20,342.02 


897,425.49 

674,731.14 

57,268.71 


4,159.76 
2,430.74 


8,572.43 
5,345.45 


6,647.57 
1,845.79 


Other reserves . 














Total reserves 


48,042.74 


1,629,425.34 


6,590.50 










Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund . 


30,608.27 


461,299.03 

305,287.28 
849,877.27 


5,253.03 


6,149.55 


1,390.23 


Additional operating surplus 


22,233.22 


9,871.43 


11,243.53 


3,449.42 


Total surplus 


52,841.49 


1,616,463.58 


15,124.46 


17,393.08 


4,839.65 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


114,914.51 


4,567,480.87 


37,241.98 


36,470.03 


16,592.77 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


16.0 


30.2 


46.9 


18.5 


32.8 



^Includes uncompleted work orders. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Markham 
969 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 

2,575 


Milton 
1,775 


Milverton 
1,122 


Mimico 
5,762 


Mitchell 
1,645 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

350.00 

32,689.04 

23,659.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 
237.20 


• $ c. 
13;628.60 
38,196.44 
67,288.66 


$ c. 
12,649.72 
21,287.83 
27,879.71 


$ c. 






11,868.94 
20,273.46 




13,603.04 


7,977.07 


11,181.19 


2,991.03 


7,090.76 

4,969.80 

619.29 


3,274.17 

2,235.70 

555.64 


5,530.88 
8,991.07 
1,924.53 


12,975.97 

12,376.45 

1,011.17 


7,565.80 

4,818.94 

669.56 


24,063.70 

25,079.76 

7,109.43 


7,857.41 

11,219.71 

2,469.33 


990.72 

1,148.22 

295.88 


1,318.86 


455.36 


2,467.74 


4,358.47 


944.83 


4,834.07 


1,031.13 


348.35 




241.85 




4,096.23 






1,500.00 














27,601.75 


14,739.79 

1,965.89 
6,000.00 
1,938.59 


75,613.11 
9,179.35 


66,960.69 
2,360.28 


25,417.52 

1,393.79 
3,000.00 

157.18 


180,200.66 
831.10 


85,894.84 
5,202.43 


5,774.20 
2,056.13 


2,567.97 




1,598.88 


3,826.92 


14,541.71 
7,439.34 


4,875.03 


6,711.82 
1,641.34 


173.62 
5.90 














5,872.30 


5,117.69 


26,689.32 


4.8,961.49 
238.99 


21,205.66 


49,976.26 


18,057.57 


2,476.00 
















37,640.90 


29,761.96 


115,308.70 


140,502.50 


51,174.15 


235,883.05 


117,508.00 


10,485.85 


















37,640.90 


29,761.96 


115,308.70 


140,502.50 


51,174.15 


235,883.05 


117,508.00 


10,485.85 


2,299.13 


9,638.46 
1,176.99 


24,343.87 
1,655.06 


10,962.04 


3,393.58 
2,040.55 


77,532.63 
5,086.61 
1,504.41 
3,485.00 




2,165.15 


773.34 


1,335.16 




395.15 






5.00 






17.50 




















3,472.62 


10,815.45 


25,998.93 


10,979.54 


5,434.13 


87,608.65 


1,335.16 


2,165.15 


5,872.30 
3,922.29 


5,117.69 
1,315.70 


26,689.32 

8,537.23 


48,961.49 

14,223.13 

192.73 


21,205.66 
3,602.76 


49,976.26 
33,771.97 


18,057.57 
25,378.85 


2,476.00 
1,564.84 
















9,794.59 


6,433.39 


35,226.55 


63,377.35 


24,808.42 


83,748.23 


43,436.42 


4,040.84 


9,074.50 


3,725.75 


7,842.34 


21,750.94 


6,106.42 


29,467.37 


22,295.22 


2,334.85 


15,299.19 


8,787.37 


46,240.88 


44,394.67 


14,825.18 


35,058.80 


50,441.20 


1,945.01 


24,373.69 


12,513.12 


54,083.22 


66,145.61 


20,931.60 


64,526.17 


72,736.42 


4,279.86 


37,640.90 


29,761.96 


115,308.70 


140.502,50 


51,174.15 


235,883.05 


117,508.00 


10,485.85 


10.9 


43.9 


29.3 


12.0 


18.1 


47.1 


1.3 


27.0 



280 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 





Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
298 


New 

Hamburg 
1,454 


New 

Toronto 

5,622 


Niagara 

Falls 
18,403 








Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,167.55 

22,766.02 


$ c. 
43,130.88 

"76,635 .52 


$ c 
129,550.98 








197,478.00 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


6,090.18 


6,337.94 


184,555.09 


Line transformers 


1,709.69 

2,112.88 

611.96 


1,767.86 

1,101.87 

817.42 


6,831.27 
8,405.97 
1,892.18 


23,940.28 

25,144.88 

9,284.48 


158,698.50 


Meters 


116,114.21 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 


24,214.98 
92,844.32 


152.82 


485.13 


1,550.78 


5,664.48 


13,058.25 


Old plant 




348.22 


5,242.56 




21,931.54 








Total plant 


10,677.53 

3,049.96 
2,000.00 
1,134.84 


10,858.44 
858.34 


50,369.52 
25.00 


183,800.52 
6,128.84 


938,445.87 




52,401.49 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


36.47 
6.52 


1,957.02 
1,053.23 


15,374.71 


2,449.07 
151.89 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . . 


2,611.95 


1,614.49 


21,205.02 


163,793.80 
3,741.22 


226,811.90 
3,165.41 












Total assets 


19,474.28 


13,374.26 


74,609.79 


372,839.09 


1,223,425.63 


Deficit 
















Total 


19,474.28 


13,374.26 


74,609.79 


372,839.09 


1,223,425.63 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,784.46 
282.20 


5,900.00 
100.79 


9,041.63 


4,888.52 
11,909.43 


421,031.83 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 


23,038.44 


1,411.90 
76.50 




Other liabilities 






3,741.22 


14,147.36 










Total liabilities 


3,066.66 


6,000.79 


10,530.03 


20,539.17 


458,217.63 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


2,611.95 
1,394.44 


1,614.49 
1,574.23 


21,205.02 

9,704.26 

192.35 


163,793.80 
29,656.31 


226,811.90 

105,271.27 


Other reserves 


5,070.58 










Total reserves 


4,006.39 


3,188.72 


31,101.63 


193,450.11 


337,153.75 






Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


1,435.54 


3,854.39 


8,687.45 


3,111.48 


269,211.17 


Additional operating surplus 


10,965.69 


330.36 


24,290.68 


155,738.33 


158,843.08 


Total surplus 


12,401.23 


4,184.75 


32,978.13 


158,849.81 


428,054.25 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


19,474.28 


13,374.26 


74,609.79 


372,839.09 


1,223,425.63 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.2 


51.0 


19.7 


9.8 


46.1 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Niagara 

on-the-Lake 

1,547 


Norwich 
1,213 


Oil Springs 
466 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,7.92 


Paris 
4,156 


Parkhill 
959 


Petrolia 
2,671 


$ c. 
2,307.35 


$ c. 
4,157.99 


$ c. 
1,191.19 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,133.56 

27,914.17 

49,843.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 
900 00 


16,048.36 




691.88 
26,750.17 




2,403.55 


23,994.42 


9,719.45 


12,180.29 


5,335.64 


15,811.28 


40,123.53 


5,605.18 
6,373.64 
1,155.64 


5,386.80 
6,509.73 
1,132.27 
3,553.37 
1,964.65 


5,256.88 

3,368.22 

305.72 


2,670.00 
2,215.91 
1,195.04 


8,817.63 
8,252.53 
2,124.07 


18,687.97 

18,183.57 

3,843.10 

9,636.85 

617.26 


4,357.17 

3,899.47 

898.23 


25,140.77 

14,742.00 

985.28 

3,864.07 


1,521.33 


3,013.34 


142.00 


1,840.01 


1,464.19 


6,728.98 




3,509.82 






4,018.71 


16,684.76 




3,389.94 












57,005.92 
50.00 


35,934.08 

4,566.95 
3,000.00 
1,206.86 
1,270.86 


25,315.64 
1,943.23 


11,558.59 
5,280.28 


52,495.00 
588.90 


153,544.96 

5,809.12 
6,000.00 
1,050.87 


26,430.34 

712.48 


98,278.12 

1,596.51 
8,400.00 


2,992.00 
1,563.21 


1,120.50 
75.15 


784.95 


601.53 
148.46 


909.24 


4,678.11 
1,681.54 






21,737.46 
47,613.47 






10,873.65 
27.65 


15,893.48 


10,991.14 


3,168.77 


16,584.84 


6,853.17 


41,907.14 


















72,512.43 


61,872.23 


39,445.66 


20,792.59 


70,418.73 


235,755.88 


34,905.23 


156,541.42 


















72,512.43 


61,872.23 


39,445.66 


20,792.59 


70,418.73 


235,755.88 


34,905.23 


156,541.42 


24,057.25 

2,951.56 

616.95 


7,641.51 
63.84 


8,141.90 
1,000.94 


1,652.65 
392.33 


6,602.54 
3,113.26 


36,443.67 
1,562.09 


8,870.89 
800.31 


30,602.98 
2,650.54 










25.00 




172.79 


237.00 














27,625.76 


7,705.35 


9,142.84 


2,044.98 


9,740.80 


38,005.76 


9,843.99 


33,490.52 


10,873.65 
4,770.92 


15,893.48 
3,260.16 


10,991.14 
4,422.26 


3,168.77 
2,832.07 


16,584.84 

6,689.48 

709.87 


47,613.47 
45,948.35 


6,853.17 
3,262.32 


41,907.14 

19,880.25 

601 35 
















15,644.57 


19,153.64 


15,413.40 


6,000.84 


23,984.19 


93,561.82 


10,115.49 


62,388.74 


12,444.17 


6,114.49 


8,579.41 


2,847.35 


20,397.46 


55,556.33 
21,737.46 
26,894.51 


5,759.13 


19,397.02 


16,797.93 


28,898.75 


6,310.01 


9,899.42 


16,296.28 


9,186.62 


41,265.14 


29,242.10 


35,013.24 


14,889.42 


12,746.77 


36,693.74 


104,188.30 


14,945.75 


60,662.16 


72,512.43 


61,872.23 


39,445.66 


20,792.59 


70,418.73 


235,755.88 


34,905.23 


156,541.42 


44.8 


16.8 


32.1 


11.6 


18.1 


9.8 


35.1 


29.2 



282 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,378 


Port 

Colborne 

5,461 


Port 
Credit 
1,400 


Port 


Population 


Dalhousie 
1,656 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
22,561.01 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


3,639.94 


19,394.61 


80,560.68 


22,754.77 


16,534.80 


Line transformers 


1,252.37 

1,826.73 

147.15 


5,773.49 
4,774.10 
2,467.42 


22,740.96 

20,648.01 

4,495.45 


7,951.50 
7,940.12 
4,898.26 


7,674.63 


Meters . . 


9,082.33 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,041.19 


535.92 


503 . 14 


6,999.33 


799.11 


2,174.38 


Old plant 






9,929.60 




6,018.38 




7,402.11 

25.88 








Total plant 


32,912.76 

625.21 

13,000.00 

2,316.09 


167,935.04 
11,279.24 


45,018.76 
3,347.81 


42,525.71 


Bank and cash balance 


1,222.48 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


272.00 


7,156.61 
2,701.66 


2,755.34 


3,637.72 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








1,917.83 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . 


3,719.04 


17,362.57 


32,083.67 
20.00 


12,791.91 
200.61 


10,743.37 










Total assets 


11,419.03 


66,216.63 


221,176.22 


64,114.43 


63,047.11 


Deficit 
















Total 


11,419.03 


66,216.63 


221,176.22 


64,114.43 


63,047.11 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,372.28 
89.17 


10,674.72 
3,417.95 


112,681.33 
3,973.93 


9,952.74 
969.35 


12,997.32 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






1,385.00 


195.00 












Total liabilities 


3,461.45 


14,092.67 


118,040.26 


11,117.09 


12,997.32 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


3,719.04 
2,136.83 


17,362.57 
7,050.22 


32,083.67 
19,356.31 


12,791.91 
10,600.92 


10,743.37 
3,839.03 


Other reserves. . 
















Total reserves 


5,855.87 


24,412.79 


51,439.98 


23,392.83 


14,582.40 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,864.72 


6,325.28 


33,318.67 


4,547.26 


9,502.68 


Local sinking fund 


1,917.83 


Additional operating surplus 


236.99 


21,385.89 


18,377.31 


25,057.25 


24,046.88 


Total surplus 


2,101.71 


27,711.17 


51,695.98 


29,604.51 


35,467.39 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


11,419.03 


66,216.63 


221,176.22 


64,114.43 


63,047.11 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


45.0 


28.8 


62.4 


21.7 


22.0 



93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Port 
Dover 

1,628 


Port 

Rowan 

681 


Port 

Stanley 
583 


Preston 

5,884 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,170 


Ridgetown 
1,983 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,512.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


. $ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






50,602.15 
89,463.20 






600.00 
9,910.39 


1,024.24 


29,132.03 


9,383.74 


19,338.31 


3,585.93 


7,110.02 


21,197.57 


10,234.36 
6,199.37 
2,264.42 


1,676.62 

1,620.87 

888.04 


8,816.36 
7,935.29 
1,377.21 


48,422.91 

39,305.12 

5,380.57 


2,372.73 

1,207.40 

176.10 


1,717.75 

1,536.99 

416.29 


6,877.21 
4,424.77 
1,322.17 


9,852.66 
9,089.11 
3,484.69 
1,431.73 


2,635.95 


681.53 


6,114.19 


7,136.21 


64.35 


1,948.71 


27.23 


1,624.36 






577.51 


32,126.75 








5,088.46 














50,714.88 
10.00 


14,250.80 
23.54 


45,671.12 

977.62 
3,000.00 

735.25 


272,436.91 
187.62 


7,406.51 
1,567.97 


12,729.76 
129.34 


23,161.77 
762.44 


52,792.82 

3,826.61 
8,000.00 


4,423.03 




20,962.61 
206.43 


284.00 
34.40 


133.90 


1,366.49 
50.00 


1,744.41 






1,146.67 












7,928.43 


1,887.98 


15,838.76 


114,313.70 


2,685.79 


2,607.63 


4,578.51 


16,278.51 


















63,076.34 


16,162.32 
6,015.79 


66,222.75 


408,107.27 


11,978.67 


15,600.63 


29,919.21 


83,789.02 
















63,076.34 


22,178.11 


66,222.75 


408,107.27 


11,978.67 


15,600.63 


29,919.21 


83,789.02 


16,441.32 
5,880.87 


10,048.01 
8,464.13 


9,754.71 


68,172.93 

9,283.10 

1,725.69 

15.00 


2,285.94 
257.63 


6,955.44 
368.30 


6,043.27 
103.07 


7,409.13 


2,261.89 






290.00 




393.93 








1,431.73 














24,874.08 


18,512.14 


10,148.64 


79,196.72 


2,543.57 


7,323.74 


6,146.34 


8,840.86 


7,928.43 

4,451.31 

121.00 


1,887.98 
826.00 


15,838.76 
7,518.29 


114,313.70 
73,076.22 


2,685.79 
1,657.84 


2,607.63 
1,639.45 


4,578.51 
503.00 


16,278.51 
9,288.72 


















12,500.74 


2,713.98 


23,357.05 


187,389.92 


4,343.63 


4,247.08 


5,081.51 


25,567.23 


12,558.68 


951.99 


9,195.29 


84,627.07 


1,264.06 


2,544.56 


6,156.73 


12,046.86 


13,142.84 




23,521.77 


56,893.56 


3,827.41 


1,485.25 


12,534.63 


37,334.07 


25,701.52 


951.99 


32,717.06 


141,520.63 


5,091.47 


4,029. 8i 


18,691.36 


49,380.93 


63,076.34 


22,178.11 


66,222.75 


408,107.27 


11,978.67 


15,600.63 


29,919.21 


83,789.02 


45.1 


129.7 


20.1 


27.0 


27.4 


56.4 


24.3 


13.1 



284 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Riverside 
4,603 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 

752 


St. Cathar- 

rines 

24,094 


St. Clair 

Beach 

107 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

47,128.31 

114,486.69 

191,695.51 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


89,085.44 


7,229.78 


9,384.28 


7,642.92 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 


29,986.33 
22,699.98 


2,481.27 

2,525.84 

544.02 


2,301.61 

3,375.92 

586.17 


121,937.58 
79,879.64 
18,014.10 
27,448.87 
41,453.52 


2,381.83 
1,409.52 


Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


17,030.71 
4,571.45 




401.71 


792.65 


149.27 


Old plant 






700.00 


8,104.00 












Total plant 


163,373.91 


13,261.62 
23.00 


17,140.63 

703.72 

6,000.00 

312.79 


650,148.22 

.. 1,368.40 

11,969.06 

26,943.20 

771.84 

59,033.63 

198,930.73 


11,583.54 


Securities and investments 






Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


15,662.16 


256.75 
160.87 


3,004.79 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


26,385.76 


4,502.07 


4,592.90 


2,309.34 














Total assets 


205,421.83 


18,204.31 


28,750.04 


949,165.08 


16,897.67 


Deficit 
















Total 


205,421.83 


18,204.31 


28,750.04 


949,165.08 


16,897.67 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


64,546.24 
4,025.00 




6,118.89 


204,123.56 
80,305.66 


4,600.85 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 


2,103.37 

118.35 

23.00 


203.61 






Other liabilities. . 


17,030.71 


15.00 


27,448.87 








Total liabilities 


85,601.95 


2,244.72 


6,133.89 


311,878.09 


4,804.46 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


26,385.76 

17,682.93 

250.00 


4,502.07 
3,506.13 


4,592.90 
3,034.53 


198,930.73 

116,319.85 

11,322.14 


2,309.34 
1,541.32 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


44,318.69 


8,008.20 


7,627.43 


326,572.72 


3,850.66 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


17,953.76 


2,000.00 


2,381.11 


62,899.35 

59,033.63 

188,781.29 


1,740.60 


Additional operating surplus 


57,547.43 


5,951.39 


12,607.61 


6,501.95 


Total surplus 


75,501.19 


7,951.39 


14,988.72 


310,714.27 


8,242.55 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


205,421.83 


18,204.31 


28,750.04 


949,165.08 


16,897.67 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


47.8 


16.4 


25.4 


36.6 


32.9 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,072 


St. Thomas 
16,567 


Sandwich 
10,655 


Sarnia 
16,763 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
17,105 


Seaforth 
1,702 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,000.00 

24,187.39 

47,879.73 


$ c. 

72,852.61 

105,844.97 

104,214.30 

29,508.48 

53,019.90 

65,381.66 

16,047.06 

7,538.63 

12,657.61 


$ c. 

525.70 

3,363.18 

105,437.18 


$ c 
101,930.83 
188,350.33 
199,427.67 


$ c. 

16,585.49 

301.95 

249,529.53 


$ c. 
1,251.57 






5,999.16 


5,889.33 


6,293.16 


26,651.47 


2,504.42 

2,707.47 

230.27 


2,515.13 

2,482.71 

390.26 


17,763.53 

20,863.85 

3,466.96 


45,041.61 
49,731.01 
10,118.50 
51,239.13 
8,868.11 


78,791.60 
70,172.15 
24,140.23 
7,482.11 
25,630.82 


52,496.22 
56,600.07 
19,463.13 


7,779.72 
8,096.70 
1,414.55 


374.18 


460.55 


4,346.61 


6,723.22 


413.33 






20,696.85 




4,148.96 


55,495.72 














11,705.67 
622.25 


12,141.81 

795.61 

3,000.00 

713.72 

33.28 


142,204.92 
25.00 


467,065.22 

500.00 
53,206.81 
25,504.03 


278,473.38 

12,939.26 

33,569.55 

5,185.95 

313.15 


751,421.46 


401,699.61 
6,010.33 


51,606.50 


2,000.00 




13,100.00 


653.45 
82.90 


3,977.81 

3,789.44 

15,475.35 

55,377.45 


41,597.95 
5,315.98 


17,648.93 


5,932.02 
3,479.32 








12,334.37 


5,334.45 


5,456.48 
102.98 


188,433.79 


81,184.18 


222,267.76 


49,453.83 


28,597.32 
















20,398.72 


22,243.88 


220,849.97 


734,709.85 


411,665.47 


1,020,603.15 


474,812.70 


115,049.53 


















20,398.72 


22,243.88 


220,849.97 


734,709.85 


411,665.47 


1,020,603.15 


474,812.70 


115,049.53 


3,958.90 


2,852.98 
258.38 


34,757.06 

9,317.50 

939.42 


42,585.45 


116,165.30 
204.28 


187,392.16 


231,398.14 

461.67 

1,275.15 

19,936.49 


25,000.00 
.10 




5,801.92 
6,814.24 


23,446.23 
12,455.17 


225.57 


45.60 


102.98 


62,541.86 










4,004.50 


3,214.34 


45,013.98 


55,201.61 


178,911.44 


223,293.56 


253,071.45 


25,225.67 


5,334.45 
1,835.42 


5,456.48 
2,079.52 


55,377.45 

39,275.61 

209.05 


188,433.79 

77,154.35 

469.95 


81,184.18 
26,694.79 


222,267.76 

88,815.66 

454.39 


49,453.83 
41,128.21 


28,597.32 
15,072.52 












7,169.87 


7,536.00 


94,862.11 


266,058.09 


107,878.97 


311,537.81 


90,582.04 


43,669.84 


2,041.10 


3,147.02 


54,489.96 
15,475.35 
11,008.57 


96,358.62 


29,407.73 


150,607.84 


59,170.13 






12,334.37 


7,183.25 


8,346.52 


317,091.53 


95,467.33 


335,163.94 


71,989.08 


33,819.65 


9,224.35 


11,493.54 


80,973.88 


413,450.15 


124,875.06 


485,771.78 


131,159.21 


46,154.02 


20,398.72 


22,243.88 


220,849.97 


734,709.85 


411,665.47 


1,020,603.15 


474,812.70 


115,049.53 


26.6 


19.1 


19.7 


10.1 


54.1 


28.0 


59.5 


17.4 



286 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Simcoe 
4,675 


Springfield 
393 


Stamford 
Twp. 
6,790 


Stouffville 
1,053 


Stratford 


Population . . 


18,671 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

7,978.20 

22,906.67 

43,681.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,196.71 

37,384.60 

113,981.74 


$ c. 


$ c. 
135,191 94 


Substation equipment . . . 






136 903 19 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


7,826.80 


11,133.01 


152,125.27 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . . 


22,303.37 

19,394.00 

5,768.50 

2,527.16 

6,501.75 


2,169.19 

1,888.28 
388.68 


41,038.63 

27,568.85 

8,383.23 


3,519.52 
3,563.82 
1,405.43 


90,633.23 

84,070.23 

5,305.52 

15,576.20 


691.36 


10,348.90 


381.93 


17,684.08 




927.92 




13,743.66 


3,866.37 


16,150 00 








Total plant 


131,989.34 
25.00 


12,964.31 

733.49 

5,500.00 

35.59 

15.91 


259,646.32 

8,951.48 


23,870.08 

3,770.85 
5,000.00 
1,161.21 


653,639.66 




2,440.86 


Securities and investments 


26,800.00 


Accounts receivable 


72.80 
459.31 


11,953.50 
3,968.08 


58,572.67 


Inventories 


10,452.42 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




158,940.77 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


30,829.30 


3,740.86 


31,012.66 
1,072.47 


4,785.73 


240,367.83 












Total assets 


163,375.75 


22,990.16 


316,604.51 


38,587.87 


1,151,214.21 


Deficit . . 
















Total 


163,375.75 


22,990.16 


316,604.51 


38,587.87 


1,151,214.21 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


51,005.55 

13,292.54 

5,831.44 

3,525.00 


4,091.09 


151,088.84 
20,206.55 


10,934.43 
59.06 




Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




38,218.53 


Other liabilities 


100.00 


3,157.53 












Total liabilities 


73,654.53 


4,191.09 


174,452.92 


10,993.49 


450,218 53 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


30,829.30 
12,608.58 


3,740.86 
1,473.43 


31,012.66 

19,468.70 

434.19 


4,785.73 
1,884.34 


240,367.83 
156,507.70 


Other reserves 


1,000.00 












Total reserves 


43,437.88 


5,214.29 


50,915.55 


6,670.07 


397,875.53 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,429.35 


5,408.91 


39,189.33 


7,605.84 


43,800.00 


Local sinking fund 


158,940.77 


Additional operating surplus 


33,853.99 


8,175.87 


52,046.71 


13,318.47 


100,379.38 


Total surplus 


46,283.34 


13,584.78 


91,236.04 


20,924.31 


303,120.15 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


163,375.75 


22,990.16 


316,604.51 


38,587.87 


1,151,214.21 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


55.6 


21.8 


61.1 


32.5 


38.7 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Strath roy 
2,737 


Sutton 
833 


Tavistock 
965 


Tecumseh 
2,260 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
886 


Thedford 
535 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


$ c. 
7,149.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.02 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
627.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 


11,918.37 












43,069.57 


18,796.28 


13,161.43 


33,251.92 


7,466.84 


11,518.02 


7,537.29 


3,193.68 


18,322.19 

13,660.36 

5,737.50 


5,620.35 
5,137.62 
1,404.71 


5,853.80 

4,471.86 

878.59 


9,047.73 
10,194.94 


2,603.58 

2,385.98 

332.25 


5,160.49 
3,806.31 
1,197.12 


1,363.70 

2,097.75 

885.46 


1,583.98 

1,619.14 

164.29 




4,760.95 
1,262.48 




1,805.32 


1,464.39 


583.84 


214.02 


1,005.27 


1,646.81 


310.45 


12,343.15 


675.00 








4,445.68 


433.78 














114,006.44 
50.00 


33,098.35 
781.31 


25,183.54 

2,009.53 
4,235.34 

357.27 


58,518.02 


13,002.67 

3,117.16 

6,000.00 

433.92 


27,760.26 

1,310.40 

5,000.00 

429.54 

4.70 


13,964.79 

471.57 

5,000.00 

225.56 


6,871.54 
1,235.47 








5,715.54 
3,274.85 


2,634.05 


3,620.63 


372.00 
















33,528.21 


4,060.18 


16,770.46 


8,009.09 


6,913.75 


6,720.68 


3,210.91 


3,887.82 


















156,575.04 


40,573.89 


48,556.14 


70,147.74 


29,467.50 


41,225.58 


22,872.83 


12,366.83 


















156,575.04 


40,573.89 


48,556.14 


70,147.74 


29,467.50 


41,225.58 


22,872.83 


12,366.83 


20,344.01 


20,124.42 
1,991.47 


4,230.09 


18,503.24 
6,611.94 


2,250.38 


5,775.21 


11,345.62 
489.66 


1,682.08 
47.74 


2,705.07 










196.43 






4,760.95 




12.50 


35.61 














23,245.51 


22,115.89 


4,230.09 


29,876.13 


2,250.38 


5,787.71 


11,870.89 


1,729.82 


33,528.21 

20,172.50 

414.25 


4,060.18 
2,651.93 


16,770.46 
5,446.71 


8,009.09 

7,003.97 

150.00 


6,913.75 
3,802.37 


6,720.68 
4,131.75 


3,210.91 
1,749.83 


3,887.82 
1,994.99 
















54,114.96 


6,712.11 












5,882.81 


25,887.99 


5,875.58 


1,769.91 


7,496.76 


3,107.65 


5,412.59 


5,154.38 


1,404.40 


53,326.58 


5,870.31 


20,338.97 


17,611.79 


13,393.35 


19,172.85 


886.82 


3,349.80 


79,214.57 


11,745.89 


22,108.88 


25,108.55 


16,501.00 


24,585.44 


6,041.20 


4,754.20 


156,575.04 


40,573.89 


48,556.14 


70,147.74 


29,467.50 


41,225.58 


22,872.83 


12,366.83 


18.9 


60.6 


13.3 


48.1 


10.0 


16.8 


60.4 


20.4 



2SS 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Thorold 
5,037 


Tilbury 
1,886 


Tillson- 
burg 
3,166 


Toronto 

585,628 


Toronto 
Twp. 
8,047 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
969.46 


$ c. 

6,918.30 

13,937.52 

38,870.63 


$ c 
3,889,438.03 
13,623,835.16 
5,588,527.11 
3,657,728.79 
2,977,805.43 
2,802,293.21 
459,040.35 


$ c. 
6,366.13 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


29,509.75 


13,176.04 


161,193.13 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 


12,195.14 

18,555.09 

2,687.06 


11,576.10 

7,281.34 
1,001.16 


14,528.24 
14,732.79 

3,263.29 
510.67 

3,393.17 


39,342.22 

26,960.29 

3,674.84 


5,144.75 
23,643.54 


1,326.60 


2,542,338.56 


2,918.58 


3,049.47 




3,589,148.08 


619.65 










Total plant 


91,735.33 
15,246.16 


38,380.17 

1,339.28 

10,000.00 

1,612.71 


96,154.61 

2,672.32 

21,000.00 

4,131.22 

3,368.35 


39,130,154.72 
855,627.40 


241,074.84 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 


22,828.12 


Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


2,435.24 
106.75 


2,001,932.96 

642,591.19 

5,363,316.57 

6,978,210.21 


6,252.46 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


26,298.75 


17,424.77 


34,639.54 


29,725.55 














Total assets 


135,822.23 


68,756.93 


161,966.04 


54,971,833.05 


299,880.97 


Deficit 
















Total 


135,822.23 


68,756.93 


161,966.04 


54,971,833.05 


299,880.97 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,245.49 
4,409.90 


8,467.59 


13,563.65 


27,043,445.12 
1,582,789.27 


75,477.05 


Accounts payable 


6,049.82 


Bank overdraft 




6,285.45 
1,764.00 




Other liabilities 


1,439.50 














Total liabilities 


7,094.89 


8,467.59 


21,613.10 


28,626,234.39 


81,526.87 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


26,298.75 
21,661.89 


17,424.77 
7,991.54 


34,639.54 
25,133.95 


6,978,210.21 
6,054,331.08 
1,159,906.75 


29,725.55 
64,698.20 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


47,960.64 


25,416.31 


59,773.49 


14,192,448.04 


94,423.75 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


3,754.51 


5,532.41 


22,436.35 


4,213,554.88 
5,363,316.57 
2,576,279.17 


28,522.95 


Additional operating surplus 


77,012.19 


29,340.62 


58,143.10 


95,407.40 


Total surplus 


80,766.70 


34,873.03 


80,579.45 


12,153,150.62 


123,930.35 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


135,822.23 


68,756.93 


161,966.04 


54,971,833.05 


299,880.97 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


6.5 


16.5 


17.0 


54.6 


30.2 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Zone No. 1 

3,732 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Zone No. 2 


Walkerville 
10,671 


Wallace- 
burg 
4,360 


Wardsville 
214 


Waterdown 
874 


Water ford 
1,097 


Waterloo 

7,782 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
146,765.98 
154,007.80 
147,821.77 


$ c. 

37,746.29 

9,408.37 

53,552.52 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,221.41 






63,510.39 


19,677.94 


8,097.44 


4,740.54 


13,448.85 


14,935.67 


80,810.36 


8,662.60 
4,097.83 


1,576.02 
1,009.68 


89,154.28 
67,272.56 


34,343.83 

18,919.28 

2,449.45 

7,619.79 

9,162.38 


1,695.49 

1,151.67 

519.36 


3,803.16 

5,120.50 

583.81 


5,988.47 
5,739.04 
2,496.22 


37,423.54 
34,012.87 
13,526.67 






180,731.58 
38,923.23 


3,106.80 


1,436.76 


278.16 


488.73 


397.65 


442.53 


4,780.80 






18,335.05 


20,941.07 


193.94 






24,160.67 












33,875.13 
1,552.94 


10,961.30 
298.93 


843,012.25 
32,080.01 


194,142.98 
6,181.11 


8,789.73 


23,553.97 

1,578.26 
2,000.00 
4,507.08 


29,601.93 

145.21 

8,000.00 

534.94 


275,553.51 




1,000.00 

227.01 

13.30 




161.77 


14.66 


114,794.71 
33,983.93 


9,087.34 
4,232.69 


13,692.54 
1,600 38 










6,048.00 






247,727.70 
4,842.09 


73,888.74 


1,182.11 


9,772.03 


11,976.35 


102,032.46 






















35,589.84 


11,274.89 


1,276,440.69 


287,532.86 


11,212.15 


41,411.34 


50,258.43 


398,926.89 


















35,589.84 


11,274.89 


1,276,440.69 


287,532.86 


11,212.15 


41,411.34 


50,258.43 


398,926.89 


15,258.19 


10,000.00 


181,238.15 
79,464.45 


52,347.85 


5,063.13 

353.70 

25.21 


967.45 
931.39 




65,588.39 
6,574.19 




6,367.18 






199,061.08 


1,210.46 


5.00 




3,106.80 








15,258.19 


10,000.00 


459,763.68 


53,558.31 


5,442.04 


1,903.84 




81,636.56 












247,727.70 

87,782.05 

3,416.95 


73,888.74 

29,164.30 

211.14 


1,182.11 
1,236.84 


9,772.03 
6,856.94 


11,976.35 
7,607.32 


102,032.46 


8,848.67 


403.00 


75,774.32 














8,848.67 


403.00 


338,926.70 


103,264.18 


2,418.95 


16,628.97 


19,583.67 


177,806.78 


4,168.22 




118,020.85 


19,188.73 


2,499.27 


7,032.55 


7,745.53 


40,411.61 






6,048.00 


7,314.76 


871.89 


359,729.46 


111,521.64 


851.89 


15,845.98 


22,929.23 


93,023.94 


11,482.98 


871.89 


477,750.31 


130,710.37 


3,351.16 


22,878.53 


30,674.76 


139,483.55 


35,589.84 


11,274.89 


1,276,440.69 


287,532.86 


11,212.15 


41,411.34 


50,258.43 


398,926.89 










54.3 


6.0 


0.0 


26.0 



290 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Watford 
1,045 


Welland 
10,054 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
777 


Weston 


Population 


4,425 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

51,489.56 

56,574.00 

130,241.76 

6,810.93 
52,970.30 
53,355.97 

4,420.80 
27,252.86 
10,637.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,721.81 


Substation equipment 








32,737.85 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


15,473.34 


5,525.11 


11,383.26 


56,804.99 


Line transformers 


4,993.84 
4,992.17 

737.73 


2,153.50 

2,321.20 

545.11 


4,738.99 

3,103.93 

615.97 


34,305.93 


Meters 


20,412.41 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . . 


8,076.39 
20,863.13 


2,186.69 


102.05 


347.14 


8,631.58 


Old plant 


657.44 


51,280.78 




1,250.00 








Total plant 


29,041.21 

3,221.22 

2,000.00 

1,252.19 

45.00 


445,034.23 

16,557.69 
4,487.73 

11,929.60 
6,355.82 

82,949.05 

112,229.22 

2,962.58 


10,646.97 

2,352.43 


21,439.29 

"i',ooo'oo 

172.23 
22.03 


189,554.09 


Bank and cash balance 


2,891.24 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. . 


399.60 
11.22 


11,152.99 
266.09 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


7,854.84 


7,424.00 


13,317.15 


90,084.03 
1,306.45 












Total assets 


43,414.46 


682,505.92 


20,834.22 


35,950.70 


295,254.89 


Deficit 
















Total 


43,414.46 


682,505.92 


20,834.22 


35,950.70 


295,254.89 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,573.34 
836.79 


249,250.64 
17,534.16 


3,215.36 
468.00 


5,873.65 

1,160.15 

26.67 


47,006.86 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




33,422.86 




1,306.45 












Total liabilities 


4,410.13 


300,207.66 


3,683.36 


7,060.47 


48,313.31 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


7,854.84 
3,649.24 


112,229.22 
97,407.02 


7,424.00 
1,646.80 


13,317.15 
4,548.14 


90,084.03 
21,976.03 


Other reserves . 
















Total reserves 


11,504.08 


209,636.24 


9,070.80 


17,865.29 


112,060.06 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,139.87 


25,749.36 
82,949.05 
63,963.61 


4,284.64 


2,126.35 


23,025.58 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


21,360.38 


3,795.42 


8,898.59 


111,855.94 


Total surplus 


27,500.25 


172,662.02 


8,080.06 


11,024.94 


134,881.52 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


43,414.46 


682,505.92 


20,834.22 


35,950.70 


295,254.89 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


12.4 


44.6 


27.5 


31.2 


23.5 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Wheat ley 
698 


Windsor 
68,569 


Wood- 
bridge 

727 


Wood- 
stock 
10,687 


Wyoming 

472 


York 
Twp. 
55,187 


E. York 
Twp. 
27,408 


N. York 
Twp. 
10,332 


' $ c. 


$ c 
289,654.48 
645,659.65 
826,874.62 

31,754.15 
344,889.14 
332,592.96 

44,810.28 
658,532.08 
132,350.28 


$ c. 


$ c. 
35,489.71 
89,309.81 
96,202.47 


$ c. 


■$ c. 


$ c 

16,946.49 

8,217.77 

254,039.92 


$ c 
27,409.95 










17.15 


12,971.56 


15,002.46 


6,914.27 


697,722.57 


269,495.54 


4,091.41 


5,575.29 

4,099.37 

423.26 


52,844.44 
51,296.08 
14,671.01 


1,257.61 

2,123.83 

283.92 




57,040.16 

124,739.26 

17,945.68 

955.29 

14,534.97 


60,028.77 


3,466.22 




33,848.06 


1,519.76 


47,041.32 


12,479.50 


665.00 


627.35 


5,111.16 


805.20 


19,070.96 


14,796.58 


2,569.50 


141,990.11 




























25,283.45 
4,033.81 


3,449,107.75 

11,915.83 

30,291.65 

202,974.44 

85,345.76 

134,156.63 

736,357.69 

6,891.22 


25,727.73 

737.99 
1,000.00 
1,285.53 


344,924.68 

43,416.19 
31,000.00 
13,657.82 
1,422.77 
42,150.73 
146,506.22 


11,384.83 
256.74 


763,834.85 
60,122.25 


494,419.54 

238.53 

3,151.58 

26,577.82 

6,616.27 


418,075.55 
8,689.23 


24.46 


80.57 


77,054.52 


10,982.97 










3,747.14 


11,269.16 


3,122.44 




61,766.45 


21,977.44 




28,114.40 


3,311.71 














33,088.86 


4,657,040.97 


40,020.41 


623,078.41 


14,844.58 
1,325.52 


929,126.02 


592,770.19 


463,036.90 
















33,088.86 


4,657,040.97 


40,020.41 


623,078.41 


16,170.10 


929,126.02 


592,770.19 


463,036.90 


9,917.84 


1,5^4,000.33 
66,895.96 


5,870.39 

2,525.77 

165.33 

66.50 


78,708.99 


3,763.38 


474,900.42 
8,546.13 


301,248.43 
15,894.49 


333,289.51 
678.40 












707,640.81 


4,760.45 






10,901.73 


15,601.34 










9,917.84 


2,338,537.10 


8,627.99 


83,469.44 


3,763.38 


483,446.55 


328,044.65 


349,569.25 


3,747.14 


736,357.69 

298,977.79 

33,978.68 


11,269.16 

5,722.74 


146,506.22 

101,513.03 

11,336.60 


3,122.44 
3,347.66 




61,766.45 
37,937.97 


21,977.44 


2,265.00 


94,748.58 


33,248.52 














6,012.14 


1,069,314.16 


16,991.90 


259,355.85 


6,470.10 


94,748.58 


99,704.42 


55,225.96 


3,082.16 


425,999.70 
134,156.63 
689,033.38 


2,629.58 


48,676.64 

42,150.73 

189,425.75 


5,936.62 


125,099.58 


55,819.35 


29,732.36 


14,076.72 


11,770.94 




225,831.31 


109,201.77 


28,509.33 


17,158.88 


1,249,189.71 


14,400.52 


280,253.12 


5,936.62 


350,930.89 


165,021.12 


58,241.69 


33,088.86 


4,657,040.97 


40,020.41 


623,078.41 


16,170.10 


929,126.02 


592,770.19 


463,036.90 


33.8 


58.2 


30.0 


9.5 


32.1 


53.7 


61.8 


79.3 



292 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Alliston 
1,342 


Arthur 
952 


Barrie 


Population 


7,311 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 

7,069,889.00 

18,309,262.59 

15,522,393.46 

4,562,738.67 

6,847,019.52 

6,473,137.14 

1,327,980.96 

1,398,318.15 

3,631,205.50 

23,643.54 

4,353,909.01 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,198 21 


Substation equipment 




675.73 
23,248.03 




5,615.98 


Distribution system, overhead . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


6,912.47 


16,758.51 


50,746.25 
63,652 35 


Line transformers 


1,643.52 

2,223.26 

471.82 


5,938.26 
6,615.67 
1,453.49 


4,163.78 

3,179.53 

767.21 


32.474.43 


Meters 

"Street light equipment, regular . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneousconstruction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


34,913.07 
5,537.37 
6,516.82 


240.77 


2,585.04 


369.52 


1,816.56 


Old plant 


150.00 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 


41,348.61 






Total plant 


11,641.84 

560.35 

2,000.00 

474.53 


69,519,497.54 

2,166,883.25 

516,410.51 

3,914,741.52 

1,096,166.49 

7,155,699.38 

15,780,538.21 

160,285.95 


48,362.71 
10,784.31 


26,325.17 


256,819.65 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 




5,063.02 


Accounts receivable 


1,317.59 


616.02 


12,583.05 


Inventories 


1,103.17 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . 


5,396.71 


7,164.18 


7,439.70 


45,639.57 












Total assets 


20,073.43 


100,310,222.85 
11,458.19 


67,628.79 


34,380.89 
7,182.81 


321,208.46 


Deficit 












Total 


20,073.43 


100,321,681.04 


67,628.79 


41,563.70 


321,208.46 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,239.96 


40,603,854.11 

2,688,696.29 

272,070.43 

1,603,678.19 


29,909.17 
2,666.67 


19,686.71 


12,585.49 


Accounts payable 


8,845.09 


Bank overdraft 




154.17 


9,272.04 


Other liabilities 


















Total liabilities 


4,239.96 


45,168,299.02 


32,575.84 


19,840.88 


30,702.62 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


5,396.71 
3,048.43 


15,780,538.21 

10,830,378.20 

1,354,853.79 


7,164.18 
11,418.68 


7,439.70 
8,969.83 


45,639.57 
42,619.38 


Other reserves 


700.00 












Total reserves 


8,445.14 


27,965,770.20 


18,582.86 


16,409.53 


88,958.95 






Surplus 

Debentures paid . . 


1,351.65 


8,810,044.19 

7,155,699.38 

11,221,868.25 


10,090.83 


5,313.29 


74,414.51 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


6,036.68 


6,379.26 




127,132.38 






Total surplus 


7,388.33 


27,187,611.82 


16,470.09 


5,313.29 


201,546.89 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


20,073.43 


100,321,681.04 


67,628.79 


41,563.70 


321,208.46 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


28.9 


49.1 


53.9 


73.6 


11.1 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Beaverton 
970 


Beeton 
560 


Bradford 
884 . 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
878 


Chats- 
worth 
257 


Chesley 
1,772 


Coldwater 
615 


• $ c. 
299 50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
221.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275 00 




428.50 
11,539.04 


388.50 
18,056.24 






595.98 
19,404.55 




22,217.86 


1,757.07 


9,347.66 


4,412.84 


7,474.22 


7,775.81 
6,234.25 
1,303.41 


2,177.42 
1,729.89 
1,169.54 


2,886.97 

3,488.03 

544.95 


1,031.71 
622.33 
212.44 


3,082.79 

3,962.85 

733.17 


1,014.91 

1,201.13 

500.43 


6,113.72 
6,955.42 
1,105.27 


2,779.67 

2,702.87 

399.16 


2,445.56 


1,415.94 


1,828.94 


546.92 


587.33 


385.90 


3,418.32 


145.03 


3,772.42 








3,609.37 




5,503.60 














44,048.81 

2,009.10 
4,000.00 
2,865.44 


18,460.33 

1,709.11 
28.89 


27,193.63 

2,769.68 

4,500.00 

986.31 

3.93 


4,170.47 
770.52 
517^20 


21,323.17 

3,291.13 

2,326.62 

701.25 

264.34 


7,736.21 

2,598.93 

190.55 


43,096.86 

580.56 

10,000.00 

1,341.44 

160.96 


13,775.95 

1,291.84 
6,000.00 

1,582.58 




2,517.04 
1,517.60 




8,812.85 


5,777.68 


6,516.91 
88.92 


3,625.15 


6,606.23 


12,403.58 


4,494.50 
















61,736.20 


25,976.01 
745.61 


42,059.38 


9,083.34 


34,512.74 


14,560.33 


67,583.40 


27,144.87 
















61,736.20 


26,721.62 


42,059.38 


9,083.34 


34,512.74 


14,560.33 


67,583.40 


27,144.87 


2,415.85 


554.00 
532.50 


543.22 


94.23 


9,696.77 


4,830.12 


10,528.44 


4,391.03 












276.00 


87.43 










33.00 














11,002.52 


12,492.86 


21,179.64 


2,527.63 


9,696.77 


4,830.12 


10,528.44 


4,424.03 


8,812.85 
8,755.78 


5,777.68 
4,857.44 


6,516.91 
6,896.01 


3,625.15 
1,341.18 


6,606.23 
5,867.53 


1,517.60 

2,185.26 


12,403.58 
10,963.13 


4,494.50 
5,601.51 


















17,568.63 


10,635.12 


13,412.92 


4,966.33 


12,473.76 


3,702.86 


23,366.71 


10,096.01 


6,689.33 


3,593.64 


4,651.01 


777.52 


5,303.23 


569.88 
2,517.04 
2,940.43 


16,971.56 


2,608.97 


26,475.72 




2,815.81 


811.86 


7,038.98 


16,716.69 


10,015.86 








33,165.05 


3,593.64 


7,466.82 


1,589.38 


12,342.21 


6,027.35 


33,688.25 


12,624.83 


61,736.20 


26,721.62 


42,059.38 


9,083.34 


34,512.74 


14,560.33 


67,583.40 


27,144.87 


20.8 


61.9 


59.6 


46.3 


34.7 


22.0 


19.1 


19.5 



294 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Colling- 
wood 
6,126 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


Creemore 
610 


Dundalk 
594 


Durham 


Population 


1,722 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
14,598.66 
11,203.24 
47,291.00 


$ c. 

60.00 

392.95 

9,065.60 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
56.59 


Substation equipment . . 






546.02 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution svstem, underground. 


6,065.98 


.7,378.40 


19,324.89 


Line transformers 


15,257.06 

22,269.71 

2,857.01 


2,010.72 

1,637.69 

514.21 


1,876.49 

2,718.86 

295.27 


3,219.77 
2,178.65 
1,085.00 


6,357.75 


Meters 


5,808.89 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . 


1,210.77 


8,519.40 


1,499.15 


185.41 


488.38 


976.57 


Old plant 


473.20 
122,469.28 




2,651.15 


380.94 


2,091.39 








Total plant 


15,180.32 
2,085.05 


13,793.16 

972.11 

4,000.00 

558.84 

75.95 


14,731.14 

404.92 

4,000.00 

483.40 

23.70 


36,372.87 


Bank and cash balance 


3,475.52 


Securities and investments 


27,000.00 

8,198.67 

682.44 


78,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


326.51 
17.65 


427.22 


Inventories 


37.13 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


59,262.32 


1,745.07 


4,611.22 


4,239.26 


12,347.13 














Total assets 


217,612.71 


19,354.60 
591.43 


24,011.28 


23,882.42 


70,659.87 


Deficit 














Total 


217,612.71 


19,946.03 


24,011.28 


23,882.42 


70,659.87 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,298.38 

5,105.66 

115.20 

1,654.76 


8,348.63 
126.18 


1,963.83 
543.83 


1,788.26 
14.40 


7,917.64 


Accounts payable 


109.44 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




















Total liabilities 


11,174.00 


8,474.81 


2,507.66 


1,802.66 


8,027.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


59,262.32 
33,749.29 


1,745.07 
4,574.78 


4,611.22 
3,389.95 


4,239.26 
2,964.44 


12,347.13 
9,138.86 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


93,011.61 


6,319.85 


8,001.17 


7,203.70 


21,485.99 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


38,306.21 


5,151.37 


4,536.17 


4,548.64 


17,882.36 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


75,120.89 




8,966.28 


10,327.42 


23,264.44 






Total surplus 


113,427.10 


5,151.37 


13,502.45 


14,876.06 


41,146.80 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


217,612.71 


19,946.03 


24,011.28 


23,882.42 


70,659.87 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


7.1 


48.1 


12.9 


9.2 


13.8 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Elm vale 
P.V. 


Elm wood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
454 


Grand 

Vallev 

583' 


Graven - 

' hurst 

1,776 


Hanover 
2,626 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,608 


• $ c. 
106.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
2,747.29 
6,372.35 

20,725.27 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

48,138.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
353.52 










647.30 


10,154.65 


4,803.32 


5,311.00 


9,744.65 


2,102.68 


12,935.39 


3,450.35 

2,962.65 

447.17 


803.88 
898.21 
302.28 


1,802.52 

1,852.83 

500.83 


1,374.97 

2,363.75 

568.72 


6,039.53 
7,521.39 
655.27 
3,249.44 
2,058.15 


16,292.40 

15,128.80 

2,326.30 


555.22 
510.32 
168.69 


5,492.00 
8,265.95 
2,240.20 


510.13 


1,093.62 


887.26 


205.70 


6,613.77 


205.93 


795.20 








919.85 


26,976.29 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 












17,631.20 

2,884.29 
2,000.00 


7,901.31 
2,059.21 


10,354.44 
2,301.76 


15,214.14 

3,826.75 

3,739.28 

505.12 

47.52 


76,344.98 

4,249.89 
5,800.00 
7,095.46 
798.93 
6,125.29 
7,063.93 


103,143.02 

5,866.30 

27,496.50 

3,952.15 


3,542.84 
82.77 


36,165.76 

4,242.05 
8,000.00 


76.75 


137.20 

18.51 

315.84 

1,259.30 


440.40 


340.62 
54.81 


5,575.24 
1,606.04 










6,552.86 


2,392.84 


4,409.70 


32,402.77 


1,419.72 


20,969.70 


















29,145.10 


11,691.37 


15,489.44 


27,742.51 


107,478.48 


172,860.74 


5,440.76 
4,338.89 


76,558.79 
















29,145.10 


11,691.37 


15,489.44 


27,742.51 


107,478.48 


172,860.74 


9,779.65 


76,558.79 


4,035.95 
831.58 


3,824.72 
201.17 


4,472.14 
41.67 


4,715.85 
51.23 


17,501.19 
2,399.58 


49,022.45 
6,060.36 


834.05 
4,659.69 


5,360.69 




















221.85 


















4,867.53 


4,025.89 


4,513.81 


4,767.08 


19,900.77 


55,082.81 


5,493.74 


5,582.54 


6,552.86 
5,162.89 


1,259.30 
2,064.73 


2,392.84 
2,859.70 


4,409.70 
5,119.71 


7,063.93 
14,194.69 


32,402.77 
29,253.08 


1,419.72 
938.19 


20,969.70 
9,489.46 


















11,715.75 


3,324.03 


5,252.54 


9,529.41 


21,258.62 


61,655.85 


2,357.91 


30,459.16 


2,964.05 


3,375.28 
315.84 
650.33 


2,227.86 


6,284.15 


46,467.25 

6,125.29 

13,726.55 


38,477.55 


1,928.00 


15,772.85 


9,597.77 


3,495.23 


7,161.87 


17,644.53 




24,744.24 








12,561.82 


4,341.45 


5,723.09 


13,446.02 


66,319.09 


56,122.08 


1,928.00 


40,517.09 


29,145.10 


11,691.37 


15,489.44 


27,742.51 


107,478.48 


172,860.74 


9,779.65 


76,558.79 


21.5 


36.7 


34.5 


20.4 


14.6 


39.2 


136.6 


10.0 



296 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kincardine 

2,352 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,147 


Markdale 
798 




Population 


2 729 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

6,389.46 

2,794.20 

38,781.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,104.93 

2,398.85 

29,200.31 


Substation equipment 






780.80 
9,199.23 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


5,113.67 


16,459.40 


Line transformers 

Meters 


8,583.14 
9,199.48 
4,580.96 


557.90 
600 . 28 
379.00 


3,714.47 
4,346.33 
1,310.17 


2,997.21 
3,067.69 
1,095.62 


6,924.95 
6,481 25 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,088.31 


5,602.23 


301.53 


2,333.02 


665 . 79 


2,257.11 


Old plant 








2,080.65 


3,499.68 












Total plant 


75,931.11 
348.08 


6,952.38 
681.26 


28,163.39 

2,576.87 
2,000.00 
1,158.06 


19,886.99 

1,315.36 

4,500.00 

222.56 

279.39 


54,955.39 


Bank and cash balance 


2,733.40 


Securities and investments 


15,702.09 


Accounts receivable 


4,633.70 
1,757.45 


23.30 


830.99 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


10,859.05 


1,151.76 


5,432.41 


3,141.68 


7,014.03 
599.63 














Total assets 


93,529.39 


8,808.70 
706.44 


39,330.73 


29,345.98 


81,835.53 


Deficit 














Total 


93,529.39 


9,515.14 


39,330.73 


29,345.98 


81,835.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


40,091.31 
44.89 


3,850.23 
952.31 


13,536.39 


6,350.84 
60.00 


36,544.08 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 






5.00 


20.00 


550.32 










Total liabilities 


40,136.20 


4,802.54 


13,541.39 


6,430.84 


37,094.40 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


10,859.05 
10,469.19 


1,151.76 
1,411.07 


5,432.41 
3,630.43 


3,141.68 
5,620.54 


7,014.03 

5,738.22 














Total reserves 


21,328.24 


2,562.83 


9,062.84 


8,762.22 


12,752.25 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


24,108.69 


2,149.77 


6,186.97 


2,649.16 


12,816.12 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


7,956.26 




10,539.53 


11,503.76 


19,172.76 






Total surplus 


32,064.95 


2,149.77 


16,726.50 


14,152.92 


31,988.88 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


93,529.39 


9,515.14 


39,330.73 


29,345.98 


81,835.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


48.5 


62.7 


39.9 


24.5 


49.6 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Midland 
7,826 


Mount 
Forest 
1,823 


Neustadt 
431 


Orange- 
ville 
2,721 


Owen 

. Sound 

12,304 


Paisley 
700 


Penetang- 

uishene 

3,615 


Port 

McNicoll 

831 


$ c. 
19,036 05 


$ c. 

3,725.00 

686.75 

21,719.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

30,906.77 


$ c. 

25,978.31 

11,999.17 

103,757.18 


. $ c. 


$ c. 

2,151.00 

7,076.39 

40,184.27 


$ c. 
202.60 


85,096 20 


"9,965/81 


1,933.26 
11,055.80 




92,242.10 


7,206.45 


21,575.64 

35,153.79 

6,609.81 

11,904.53 


6,397.49 
6,791.49 

2,281.55 


4,374.69 

2,017.85 

496.41 


5,660.90 
10,035.49 
1,391.17 
5,959.97 
6,006.09 


43,231.29 
54,856.45 
15,017.03 
12,415.16 
5,449.29 
33,282.00 


1,576.74 
2,816.07 
1,037.03 


14,788.02 

12,912.44 

2,860.64 


1,248.32 

2,277.08 

225.81 


7,272.77 


2,206.40 


1,521.48 


738.33 


2,257.60 


672.85 


14,315.62 


3,958.97 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


1,745.00 


4,017.05 










293,206.51 

11,530.78 
29,000.00 


47,766.79 

3,109.53 

8,000.00 

678.91 

150.95 


19,473.84 
1,014.47 


66,919.45 

2,054.91 
3,483.02 


305,985.88 
18,638.15 


20,902.23 

82.97 

2,500.00 

990.20 


86,247.41 

2,946.02 

1,517.42 

2,734.08 

744.96 


11,833.11 
961.88 


19,076.57 


57.19 


5,740.28 

6,477.85 

16,955.58 

62,857.87 

9,898.33 


804.05 


4,452.21 


265.45 


88.58 










88,335.01 


10,950.44 


3,950.98 


13,031.59 
762.43 


3,090.98 


26,579.26 


2,134.64 














445,601.08 


70,656.62 


24,496.48 
11,361.08 


86,516.85 


426,553.94 


27,566.38 


120,769.15 


15,822.26 
















445,601.08 


70,656.62 


35,857.56 


86,516.85 


426,553.94 


27,566.38 


120,769.15 


15,822.26 


45,645.27 
15,916.28 


14,198.93 


9,555.11 
9,623.94 


14,630.97 
2,279.49 


20,000.00 
9,034.99 


12,206.60 
408.25 


20,928.98 


3,441.34 
2.90 








528.42 








1,786.71 






















62,089.97 


14,198.93 


19,179.05 


16,910.46 


30,821.70 


12,614.85 


20,928.98 


3,444.24 


88,335.01 
84,702.15 


10,950.44 
10,961.60 


3,950.98 
5,282.64 


13,031.59 

14,656.18 

762.43 


62,857.87 

44,242.18 

9,898.33 


3,090.98 
2,251.85 


26,579.26 

24,525.45 


2,134.64 
3,436.29 














173,037.16 


21,912.04 


9,233.62 


28,450.20 


116,998.38 


5,342.83 


51,104.71 


5,570.93 


66,424.72 


16,759.67 


7,444.89 


21,269.03 


121,000.00 

16,955.58 

140,778.28 


3,793.40 


20,071.02 


3,858.66 


144,049 . 23 


17,785.98 




19,887.16 


5,815.30 


28,664.44 


2,948.43 








210,473.95 


34,545.65 


7,444.89 


41,156.19 


278,733.86 


9,608.70 


48,735.46 


6,807.09 


445,601.08 


70,656.62 


35,857.56 


86,516.85 


426,553.94 


27,566.38 


120,769.15 


15,822.26 


17.4 


23.8 


93.3 


23.0 


4.0 


51.5 


22.2 


25.2 



298 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 
Perry 
1,185 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 

423 


Shelburne 
1,135 


Stayner 
968 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

800.00 

566.60 

13,969.45 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 

Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


2,564.65 
18,708.32 




200.00 


4,641.50 


9,138.49 


11,342.25 


Line transformers 

Meters 


4,219.57 
3,835.83 
1,037.90 


549.70 
362.85 
139.88 


2,885.36 

1,181.13 

844.33 


4,667.88 
6,012.85 
1,059.60 


4,850.40 
4,715.61 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . . 


884.35 


606.42 


833.90 


1,164.99 


2,277.07 


321.33 


Old plant 








739.50 


4,132.41 












Total plant 


30,972.69 

4,436.10 

7,946.66 

960.33 


6,595.83 

2.57 


15,214.30 

1,183.75 

1,500.00 

44.97 


30,092.95 

4,472.30 

5,000.00 

773.65 

43.79 


26,446.35 


Securities and investments 


838.62 
7,000.00 


Accounts receivable 




654.46 


Inventories 






Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,490.51 


493.45 


2,463.62 


6,820.74 


5,822.33 














Total assets 


48,806.29 


7,091.85 
5,015.13 


20,406.64 


47,203.43 


40,761.76 


Deficit 














Total 


48,806.29 


12,106.98 


20,406.64 


47,203.43 


40,761.76 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


17,079.27 
357.60 


3,978.42 
3,458.63 


11,471.10 
19.84 


8,082.71 
957.32 


4,241.37 


Accounts payable 


64.30 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


78.00 




28.85 














Total liabilities 


17,514.87 


7,437.05 


11,519.79 


9,040.03 


4,305.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


4,490.51 
4,033.21 


493.45 
1,154.90 


2,463.62 
2,430.18 


6,820.74 
7,700.43 


5,822.33 
6,869.42 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


8,523.72 


1,648.35 


4,893.80 


14,521.17 


12,691.75 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,802.39 


3,021.58 


2,500.84 


11,837.29 


9,758.63 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


19,965.31 




1,492.21 


11,804.94 


14,005.71 






Total surplus 


22,767.70 


3,021.58 


3,993.05 


23,642.23 


23,764.34 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


48,806.29 


12,106.98 


20,406.64 


47,203.43 


40,761.76 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


39.5 


112.7 


64.2 


22.4 


12.3 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
441 


Tees water 
817 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
• 545 


Uxbridge 
1,425 


Victoria 

Harbor 

1,104 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


. '$ c. 

40 00 

2,657.65 

12,883.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 






330.31 
14,742.84 


"6,406.51 


358.50 
7,972.78 






3,897.20 


10,836.13 


7,689.15 


4,959.14 


1,269.15 

1,834.80 

282.89 


1,904.89 

1,559.81 

430.59 


3,389.21 
3,166.18 
1,395.76 


860.41 
766.71 
375.90 


1,117.48 

1,843.47 

460.17 


3,643.96 
4,120.71 
1,214.74 


1,135.83 

2,216.51 

337.47 


989.81 

1,423.33 

221.79 


154.72 


1,243.96 


1,801.40 


300.35 


1,265.68 


843.50 


667.12 


327.66 


2,030 00 




4,976.86 




286.45 




















9,468.76 
1,969.57 


15,975.38 
. 776.78 


29,802.56 

2,520.44 

2,000.00 

269.83 


8,709.88 
159.60 


13,304.53 
668.78 


25,404.36 

2,055.31 
8,000.00 
1,203.62 


12,046.08 
2,042.79 


7,921.73 

3,528.47 


502.16 


30.52 


551.21 


1,177.37 


186.05 


25.95 


















4,689.94 


3,314.63 


4,292.74 


1,235.99 


3,677.68 
74.01 


4,779.75 


2,516.77 


1,411.28 
















16,630.43 


3,582.89 




10,656.68 
5,065.38 


18,902.37 
2,670.99 


41,443.04 


16,791.69 


12,887.43 












16,630.43 


23,680.20 


38,885.57 


15,722.06 


21,573.36 


41,443.04 


16,791.69 


12,887.43 


107.20 


50.38 


562.34 


4,593.60 
4,099.22 


1,358.41 




6.91 


1,285.34 
200.37 










73.00 






















4,019.51 


8,231.54 


15,914.59 


8,692.82 


10,155.82 


14,618.84 


2,329.61 


1,485.71 


4,689.94 
2,531.05 


3,314.63 
4,815.19 


4,292.74 
3,322.83 


1,235.99 

2,886.85 


3,677.68 
3,497.17 


4,779.75 
2,922.24 


2,516.77 
3,248.48 


1,411.28 
1,841.75 


















7,220.99 


8,129.82 


7,615.57 


4,122.84 


7,174.85 


7,701.99 


5,765.25 


3,253.03 


2,887.69 


7,318.84 


12,647.75 


2,906.40 


4,242.69 


1,588.75 


4,177.30 


2,214.66 


2,502.24 




2,707.66 






17,533.46 


4,519.53 


5 934 03 












5,389.93 


7,318.84 


15,355.41 


2,906.40 


4,242.69 


19,122.21 


8,696.83 


8,148.69 


16,630.43 


23,680.20 


38,885.57 


15,722.06 


21,573.36 


41,443.04 


16,791.69 


12,887.43 


33.7 


49.0 


46.0 


92.3 


66.7 


39.9 


16.3 


12.9 



300 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 


EASTERN 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 

Population 


Winder- 
mere 
123 


Wingham 
2,362 


Wood- 
ville 
405 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Alexandria 
2,300 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 

8,423.66 

4,699.84 

38,032.66 


$ c. 


$ c. 

106,457.92 

161,449.91 

980,847.56 

63,652.35 

305,728.30 

344,528.18 

79,623.73 

40,045.92 

93,540.30 

46,874.99 

165,061.84 


$ c. 
202 00 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . 
Distribution system, underground 

Line transformers 

Meters . . 


8,956.41 


2,875.73 


28,133.40 


2,578.71 
743.46 
247.26 


14,302.91 

12,601.71 

3,292.12 


1,760.09 

1,864.84 

127.31 


7,803.54 
6,705.56 
2,224.20 


Street light equipment, regular. . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 




4,612.07 
13,592.99 

12,327.52 


251.91 


5,638.93 




Old plant 




2,182.50 


4,466.89 








Total plant 


12,525.84 
466.93 


111,885.48 

3,144.82 
6,000.00 
5,519.20 
3,086.61 


9,062.38 

1,178.28 

6,500.00 

319.76 


2,387,811.00 

133,985.48 

242,574.61 

104,584.71 

22,271.21 

25,913.75 

570,241.87 

11,423.32 


55,174.52 




7,838.74 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


2,887.62 


3,487.92 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


90.08 


12,148.58 


4,790.31 


12,070.02 












Total assets 


15,970.47 


141,784.69 


21,850.73 


3,498,805.95 
41,260.65 


78,571.20 


Deficit 














Total 


15,970.47 


141,784.69 


21,850.73 


3,540,066.60 


78,571.20 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




46,297.46 


3,527.34 


643,059.26 

97,969.71 

10,073.91 

5,593.34 


27,138.42 


Accounts payable 


13,140.29 


2,074.68 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 




250.00 




140.98 










Total liabilities 


13,140.29 


46,547.46 


3,527.34 


756,696.22 


29,354.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. 
For depreciation 


90.08 

104.00 

1,750.00 


12,148.58 
15,851.62 


4,790.31 
1,711.97 


570,241.87 

514,224.58 

13,110.76 


12,070.02 

7,788.06 


Other reserves 


325.25 










Total reserves 


1,944.08 


28,000.20 


6,502.28 


1,097,577.21 


20,183.33 






Surflus 

Debentures paid 




49,808.04 


1,972.66 


747,123.12 

25,913.75 

912,756.30 


20,995.42 


Local sinking fund 






Additional operating surplus. . . . 


886.10 


17,428.99 


9,848.45 


8,038.37 


Total surplus 


886.10 


67,237.03 


11,821 11 


1,685,793.17 


29,033.79 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


15,970.47 


141,784.69 


21,850.73 


3,540,066.60 


78,571.20 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


82.7 


35.9 


20.7 


25.2 


44.1 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



ONTARIO 



Apple Hill 
P.Y. 


Athens 
602 


Belleville 
13,267 


Bloomfield 
540 


Brighton 
• 1,311 


Brockville 
9,191 


Cardinal 
1,284 


Carleton 
Place 
4,293 


$ c. 
169 06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


■$■■ c. 

• 27,994.53 

261.80 

75,919.39 


$ c. 
" 9,130.55 


$ c. 
6,255.32 






2,343.65 
98,808.89 


410.00 
9,068.28 


' 13,766.' 21 


2,471.63 


2,845.84 


13,789.18 


37,227.41 


1,288.37 
885.15 
421.12 


1,724.61 

2,193.51 

698.90 


20,854.47 
50,324.47 
15,722.65 


1,085.36 

2,628.20 

904 . 70 


2,839.98 

5,936.87 

809.08 


31,249.47 
39,290.12 
20,174.12 


1,010.89 

1,387.12 

377.93 


9,112.97 

14,978.66 
6,379.68 


210.33 


1,011.61 


5,055.87 


1,403.42 


191.67 


3,065.19 

54,682.45 
4,811.17 


661.96 


4,188.44 


709.55 










3,474.80 


5,293.19 














6,529.42 


19,417.81 
1,451.51 


193,110.00 

28,847.43 


15,499.96 
5,094.21 


23,543.81 
992.59 


257,448.24 

22,028.79 
135,000.00 
12,472.78 
2,514.80 
63,287.07 
61,515.00 


16,043.25 
1,016.70 


85,907.30 
1,405.01 




11,000.00 


173.41 


297.89 


18,466.16 
7,916.54 


480.85 


2,530.08 
4,114.25 




5,849.28 






859.94 










1,130.13 


962.76 


21,957.90 


1,160.13 


1,030.07 


106.78 


25,408.63 


















7,832.96 
450.37 


22,129.97 


270,298.03 


22,235.15 


32,210.80 


554,266.68 


17,166.73 


130,430.16 


















8,283.33 


22,129.97 


270,298.03 


22,235.15 


32,210.80 


554,266.68 


17,166.73 


130,430.16 


4,209.90 
108.20 


13,174.89 
4,194.30 


120,000.00 


8,346.34 


25,000,00 
1,263.67 


89,633.06 
12,859.87 


15,000.00 
1,760.88 


50,469.16 


51.38 












4,377.36 




81.00 


13.00 




532.50 










4,369.48 


17,369.19 


124,377.36 


8,346.34 


26,344.67 


102,505.93 


16,760.88 


51,001.66 


1,130.13 
993.62 


962.76 
708.00 


21,957.90 

6,105.75 

460.00 


1,160.13 
3,192.18 


1,030.07 
608.00 


61,515.00 
50,394.48 


106.78 
100.00 


25,408.63 
6,183.65 
















2,123.75 


1,670.76 


28,523.65 


4,352:31 


1,638.07 


111,909.48 


206.78 


31,592.28 


1,790.10 


825.11 


56,000.00 


2,853.66 




137,024.48 

63,287.07 

139,539.72 




15,530.84 












2,264.91 


61,397.02 


6,682.84 


4,228.06 


199.07 


32,305.38 






1,790.10 


3,090.02 


117,397.02 


9,536.50 


4,228.06 


339,851.27 


199.07 


47,836.22 


8,283.33 


22,129.97 


270,298.03 


22,235.15 


32,210.80 


554,266.68 


17,166.73 


130,430.16 


65.3 


82.1 


50.1 


39.6 


84.5 


9.1 


98.2 


48.6 



302 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chester- 
ville 
965 


Finch 

377 


Havelock 
1,421 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,298 


Kingston 
21,616 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
250.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
184,945.77 

44,473.79 
160,594.05 
117,934.52 

54,539.94 


Substation equipment 




572.90 
19,596.50 




Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


7,682.98 


7,298.41 


18,916.39 


Line transformers 


2,993.20 

3,774.53 

509.58 


1,393.35 

1,495.78 

335.50 


2,054.41 

5,255.65 
1,811.18 


4,535.19 
5,752.89 
1,063.16 


Meters . 


92,095.49 
14,211.68 
52,548.89 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant .... 


610.68 


23.24 


4,686.53 


5,715.58 


50,385.78 
14,386.30 


Old plant 






2,420.45 














Total plant . . 


15,820.97 

11,401.11 

4,000 . 00 

499.78 

679.17 


10,546.28 
923.03 


36,397.62 

4,236.80 
2,500.00 

488.23 


35,983.21 

3,416.23 

18,000.00 

3,991.75 

456.79 


786,116.21 




25,896.32 




61,175.00 




73.96 


23,150.63 




11,859.27 








96,028.72 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


12,969.45 


924.79 


2,686.16 


6,076.09 


















Total assets 


45,370.48 


12,468.06 


46,308.81 


67,924.07 


1,004,226.15 


Deficit 
















Total 


45,370.48 


12,468.06 


46,308.81 


67,924.07 


1,004,226.15 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,593.33 
145.13 


6,394.19 
478.87 


21,468.54 
117.03 


20,831.98 
1,835.55 


212,254.00 




















115.00 














Total liabilities 


2,738.46 


6,873.06 


21,585.57 


22,667.53 


212,369.00 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


12,969.45 
6,247.04 


924.79 
418.00 


2,668.16 
4,887.65 


6,076.09 
4,732.60 




82,129.42 




44,121.54 














Total reserves 


19,216.49 


1,342.79 


7,573.81 


10,808.69 


126,250.96 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,906.67 


605.81 


11,431.46 


4,168.02 


99,645.99 

96,028.72 


Additional operating surplus 


19,508.86 


3,646.40 


5,717.97 


30,279.83 


469,931.48 


Total surplus 


23,415.53 


4,252.21 


17,149.43 


34,447.85 


665,606.19 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


45,370.48 


12,468.06 


46,308.81 


67,924.07 


1,004,226.15 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


8.5 


59.5 


49.5 


36.7 


12.8 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Lakefield 
1,423 


Lanark 
581 


Lancaster 
560 


Lindsay 
7,056 


Madoc 
1,067 


Marmora 
1,023 


Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
746 


$ c. 
• 214 79 


$ c. 


$ c. 


S c 

10,273.28 

3,176.56 

66,853.50 


$ c. 
100.00 


' $ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 










407.79 


21,020.06 


5,853.60 


6,264.04 


6,581.67 


12,573.09 


2,700.00 


11,338.49 


4,508.78 
7,038.05 
1,831.52 


898.05 

1,575.54 

682.38 


962.35 

1,455.88 

650.65 


17,541.05 
29,940.87 
10,079.87 


2/oio.oo 

4,429.06 
1,500.00 


2,184.64 
3,305.52 
1,088.59 


690.33 

773.12 
335.26 


1,339.45 
2,245.99 
1,582.34 


3,379.54 


321.60 


1,068.55 


2,136.73 


8.10 


2,000.91 


653.27 


2,467.30 


3,445.25 










573.62 




















41,437.99 
7,169.86 


9,331.17 

620.22 

1,982.05 

736.69 


10,401.47 
1,752.92 


140,001.86 

11,943.29 

40,000.00 

2,240.27 

693.21 


14,628.83 
1,870.47 


21,726.37 

3,349.22 
920.50 
299.18 


5,278.13 

918.20 
1,000.00 

322.62 


19,381.36 


11,503.40 




2,097.97 




2,217.33 


354.50 






















1,883.15 


1,950.47 


2,736.92 


14,841.22 
100.00 


553.64 


915.95 


698.06 


3,341.22 
















64,092.37 


14,620.60 


14,891.31 
8,225.95 


209,819.85 


19,270.27 


27,211.22 


8,217.01 


23,077.08 
















64,092.37 


14,620.60 


23,117.26 


209,819.85 


19,270.27 


27,211.22 


8,217.01 


23,077.08 


28,265.11 
1,174.28 


4,749.96 


5,312.28 
8,179.16 


121,940.36 


2,242.73 
1,688.31 


10,074.74 
28.43 


3,850.15 
8.17 


10,091.90 








465 . 87 


330.59 




526.31 


1,470.20 




10.00 


3.00 


30.00 










29,769.98 


4,749.96 


14,017.75 


123,410.56 


3,931.04 


10,113.17 


3,861.32 


10,587.77 


1,883.15 
7,180.30 


1,950.47 
1,168.10 


2,736.92 
1,704.45 


14,841.22 
8,177.60 


553 . 64 
605.00 


915.95 
3,048.17 


698.06 
852.60 


3,341.22 
2,586.81 


















9,063.45 


3,118.57 


4,441.37 


23,018.82 


1,158.64 


3,964.12 


1,550.66 


5,928.03 


5,234.89 


2,811.51 


4,658.14 


8,059.64 


11,757.27 


7,591.37 


2,149.85 


5,908.10 


20,024.05 


3,940.56 




55,330.83 


2,423.32 


5,542.56 


655.18 


653.18 








25,258.94 


6,752.07 


4,658.14 


63,390.47 


14,180.59 


13,133.93 


2,805.03 


6,561.28 


64,092.37 


14,620.60 


23,117.26 


209,819.85 


19,270.27 


27,211.22 


8,217.01 


23,077.08 


47.9 


37.5 


115.3 


63.3 


21.0 


38.4 


51.4 


53.6 



304 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 11 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population. . 



Napanee 
2,990 



Norwood 
764 



Omemee 
481 



Oshawa 
24,194 



Ottawa 
122,731 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



$ c. 



$ c, 



35,893.25 



457.53 
23,152.45 



360.32 
10,654.21 



% c. 

4,650.00 

1,206.00 

191,276.28 



8,045.65 

15,145.01 

3,463.96 



4,462.72 
5,062.44 
1,848.52 



2,647.47 

2,399.54 

497.77 



39,811.84 

100,289.28 

14,919.94 



3,448.61 



4,093.56 



1,540.92 



8,829.57 



$ c. 

230,519.98 

564,396.95 

657,027.86 

187,863.51 

266,390.89 

256,304.30 

82,422.49 

29,978.05 

34,232.85 



1,080.75 



2,447.51 



8,831.65 



Total plant 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 



67,077.23 
3.008.30 



15,897.78 
5,365.01 



41,524.73 

3,995.89 
4,000.00 

225.97 



18,100.23 
101.91 



369,814.56 
73,862.59 



107.81 



60,387.25 
9,868.27 



4,018.84 



1,209.91 



81,657.92 



2,309,136.88 

1,458.70 

153,000.00 

79,365.45 

26,688.16 

523,988.44 

9,694.63 



Total assets. 
Deficit 



95,367.16 



50,956.50 



18,309.95 



595,590.59 



3,103,332.26 



Total 



95,367.16 



50,956.50 



18,309.95 



595,590.59 



3,103,332.26 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance. 
Accounts payable. . 
Bank overdraft 
Other liabilities. . . . 



70,000.00 

3,377.83 



30,668.62 
773.01 



6,157.92 



300,374.35 
40,286.09 



942,421.16 

34,001.13 

122,682.49 



439.10 



228.20 



11,926.04 



Total liabilities. 



73,816.93 



31,669.83 



6,157.92 



352,586.48 



1,099,104.78 



Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



4,018.84 
1,640.00 



1,209.91 
6,311.72 



4,548.90 



81,657.92 
14,215.00 



9,694.63 
762,401.86 
102,891.47 



Total reserves. 



5,658.84 



7,521.63 



4,548.90 



95,872.92 



874,987.96 



Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Additional operating surplus. 



6,431.38 



5,842.08 



9,625.65 



15,891.39 



5,333.66 



1,761.05 



137,505.54 



37,578.84 
523,988.44 
567,672.24 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 

Percentage of net debt to total assets 



15,891.39 



11,765.04 



7,603.13 



147,131.19 



1,129,239.52 



95,367.16 



50,956.50 



18,309.95 



595,590.59 



3,103,332.26 



80.8 



63.7 



33.6 



68.6 



22.4 



*Fifteen months' operation. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



Perth 
3,698 


Peterboro' 
22,012 


Picton 
3,315 


Port Hope 
4,600* 


Prescott 

2,757- 


Richmond 
362 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths 
Falls 

7,178 


$ c 
.6,600.50 
3 492 82 


$ c. 

75,202.75 

101,402.92 

171,259.36 


$ c. 

1,405.07 

2,004.66 

33,333.21 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


' $ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
19,928 85 






4,845.66 


40,829.07 


47,299.94 


37,528.22 


5,927.17 


7,704.80 


84,511.68 


20,314.94 

19,873.15 

3,939.32 


93,468.56 

86,516.87 
71,775.07 


9,288.55 

15,220.18 

4,131.66 


11,399.08 

18,381.68 

2,579.81 


11,905.52 

17,426.57 

1,630.21 


769.40 

1,038.91 

161.29 


1,382.48 

1,458.18 

499.49 


23,512.75 

31,082.61 

9,239.03 


5,661.80 


58,390.66 


2,988.96 


621.98 


1,887.62 


612.67 


1,191.88 


6,797.73 


23 610.69 


17,410.71 


3,105.28 




11,808.35 






59,817.97 










124,322.29 

13,259.26 
20,000 00 


675,426.90 

12,497.65 


71,477.57 

6,631.58 

21,000.00 

6,826.88 

5,330.44 


80,282.49 

8,301.62 

3,537' 13 
1,272.19 


84,948.03 

4,056.77 
3,000.00 
1,268.65 


8,509.44 

47.43 


12,236.83 
971.23 


239,736.28 

6,964.86 
32,000.00 


7,850.59 
6,306 98 


48,254.19 

7,242.26 

161,106.23 

53,205.13 


27.04 


597.25 


12,336.25 
203 . 10 












21,085.72 


8,544.41 


5,160.64 


16,336.82 


260.58 


1,760.02 


34,205.90 


















192,824.84 


957,732.36 


119,810.88 


98,554.07 


109,610.27 


8,844.49 


15,565.33 


325,446.39 


















192,824.84 


957,732.36 


119,810.88 


98,554.07 


109,610.27 


8,844.49 


15,565.33 


325,446.39 


60,681.29 


527,920.00 
23,326.29 




64,967.46 
1,542.98 


475.86 
2,412.52 


6,136.00 
770.67 


8,399.37 
617.29 


104,445.72 




3,297.60 








1,437.90 


25.00 


620.00 


2,597.41 




















62,119.19 


551,271.29 


3,917.60 


69,107.85 


2,888.38 


6,906.67 


90,016.66 


104,445.72 


21,085.72 
26,797.90 


53,205.13 

77,582.50 

7,260.20 


8,544.41 

10,255.40 

996.33 


5,160.64 
2,080.00 


16,336.82 
25,487.02 


260.58 
314.00 


1,760.02 
915.00 


34,205.90 
46,519.67 














47,883.62 


138,047.83 


19,796.14 


7,240.64 


41,823.84 


574.58 


2,675.02 


80,725.57 


47,718.71 




5,730.32 


14,032.54 


23,503.48 


364.00 


1,600.63 


93,179 28 




161,106.23 
107,307.01 




35,103.32 


90,366.82 


8,173.04 


41,394.57 


999.24 


2,273.02 


47,095.82 


82,822.03 


268,413.24 


96,097.14 


22,205.58 


64,898.05 


1,363.24 


3,873.65 


140,275.10 


192,824.84 


957,732.36 


119,810.88 


98,554.07 


109,610.27 


8,844.49 


15,565.33 


325,446.39 


36.1 


52.5 


3.5 


74.0 


3.1 


80.5 


65.3 


35.9 



306 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Stirling 
879 


Wark- 

worth 

P.V. 


Wellington 
912 


Whitby 
5,307 


Williams- 


Population 


burg 
P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
8,410.00 
7,137.02 
4,603.67 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

615.00 

14,454.57 


$ c. 
6,394.26 

33,987.78 
43,747.69 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 
Line transformers 


5,368.18 


1,658.07 


3,560.80 
4,620.38 
1,020.00 


368.93 

1,392.35 

299.74 


4,170.03 

4,937.63 

963.72 


9,937.65 

13,547.79 

4,018.38 


416.89 


Meters . 


969 47 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


152.11 


843.49 


624.19 


792.28 


5,902.50 


4.00 


Old plant . 




3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,340.13 










Total plant 


30,195.36 

2,676.11 
6,086.18 
2,734.85 
1,384.98 


11,671.41 
809.69 


28,611.15 

1,403.51 

5,000.00 

958.64 


118,876.18 


3,200.54 
944 . 90 




Securities and investments 




1,500.00 
318.90 


Accounts receivable 


3,074.61 


6,328.84 
198.54 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . 


672.05 


594 . 68 


1,519.30 


8,677.13 


1,417.27 














Total assets 


43,749.53 


16,150.39 


37,492.60 


134,080.69 


7,381.61 


Deficit . 
















Total 


43,749.53 


16,150.39 


37,492.60 


134,080.69 


7,381.61 




Liabilities 

Debenture balanca 




10,029.45 


12,873.59 
3.57 


46,622.39 

12.71 

319.06 

579.47 


782.33 


Accounts payable 


1,182.09 




Bank overdraft. . 






Other liabilities 








5.00 












Total liabilities 


1,182.09 


10,029.45 


12,877.16 


47,533.63 


787.33 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


672.05 
8,894.00 


594.68 
1,051.67 


1,519.30 

4,538.74 


8,677.13 
8,825.46 


1,417.27 
1,432.85 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


9,566.05 


1,646.35 


6,058.04 


17,502.59 


2,850.12 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,000.00 


970.55 


4,126.41 


29,990.11 


1,967.67 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


23,001.39 


3,504.04 


14,430.99 


39,054.36 


1,776.49 


Total surplus 


33,001.39 


4,474.59 


18,557.40 


69,044.47 


3,744.16 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


43,749.53 


16,150.39 


37,492.60 


134,080.69 


7,381.61 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


2.7 


64.4 


35.8 


37.9 


13.2 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



"A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1930 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Win- 
chester 
1,004 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Fort William 
24,786 


Nipigon 

p.v. • 


Port Arthur 
19,362 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c 
586,903.70 
774,024.78 
2,061,229.88 
305,798.03 
686,666.96 
883,701.80 
287,579.06 

82,526.94 
233,694.44 

69,068.75 
161,843.90 


$ c 

48,927.62 

115,284.78 

125,768.69 


$ c. 
215.03 

' 11,504 '. 29 


$ c. 
124,581.04 
125,034.22 
518,582.60 


$ c 
173,723.69 
240,319.00 
655,855.58 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 


9,038.27 


19,220,326.48 
4,932,189 05 


2,192.41 

4,567.43 

622.46 


52,850.26 
54,344.96 
29,032.50 


1,789.91 

1,710.36 

606.24 


59,035.28 
83,525.63 
55,963.18 


113,675.45 

139,580.95 

85,601.92 


7,953,090.23 
7,840,948.07 
1,780,785.67 
1,520,891.01 


343.94 


5,837.05 


77.03 


32,393.45 


38,307.53 


3,996,747.77 
139,587 28 


1,100.00 


293,762.46 




348,112.93 


641,875.39 


5,322,690.14 








18,164.36 

1,765.64 
8,000.00 


6,133,038.24 

284,930.29 
540,667.13 
331,311.35 
94,792.10 
844,410.46 
432,399.56 
100.00 


725,808.32 
36,666.30 


15,902.86 
2,255.91 


1,347,228.33 

97,528.89 
609,786.86 
107,305.68 

29,764.71 

242,060.22 

439,017.04 

784.78 


2,088,939.51 

136,451.10 
609,786.86 
130,369.34 
29,764.71 
370,231.88 
563,192.80 
1,220.78 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 
1,909,439.11 


981.99 
1.838.20 


22,415.00 


648 . 66 


4,481,006.92 
1,242,994.51 




128,171.66 

123,494.54 

436.00 




8,396,255.47 


7,460.07 


681.22 


17,346,372.44 
173,030 05 








38,210.26 


8,661,649.13 
8,676.32 


1,036,991.82 


19,488.65 


2,873,476.51 


3,929,956.98 


116,400,634.91 
61,395.16 














38,210.26 


8,670,325.45 


1,036,991.82 


19,488.65 


2,873,476.51 


3,929,956.98 


116,462,030.07 


7,194.36 
841.02 


3,003,190.91 

148,361.33 

123,518.80 

25,488.06 


415,500.00 


8,103.78 
203 . 23 


418,100.00 
65,955.65 


841,703.78 
66,158.88 


45,091,808.06 
3,001,186.21 






405,663 14 




8,012.00 






8,012.00 


1,642,771.59 










8,035.38 


3,300,559.10 


423,512.00 


8,307.01 


484,055.65 


915,874.66 


50,141,429.00 


7,460.07 
5,817.91 


432,399.56 

1,209,441.08 

156,054.79 


123,494.54 

43,811.24 

2,740.80 


681.22 
1,659.00 


439,017.04 

285,873.41 

47,895.60 


563,192.80 

331,343.65 

50,636.40 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,387.51 

1,574,655.74 








13,277.98 


1,797,895.43 


170,046.58 


2,340.22 


772,786.05 


945,172.85 


31,806,415.69 


3,455.64 


699,065.62 

844,410.46 

2,028,394.84 


252,150.00 

128,171.66 

63,111.58 


1,896.22 


218,000.00 

242,060.22 

1,156,574.59 


472,046.22 

370,231.88 

2,266,631.37 


10,728,279.15 
8 396 255 47 


13,441.26 


6,945.20 


15,389,650.76 


16,896.90 


3,571,870.92 


443,433.24 


8,841.42 


1,616,634.81 


2,068,909.47 


34,514,185.38 


38,210.26 


8,670,325.45 


1,036,991.82 


19,488.65 


2,873,476.51 


3,929,956.98 


116,462,030.07 


26.1 


33.3 


37.6 


44.2 


11.0 


18.2 


46.0 



308 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 
Population. . 



Acton 
1,903 



Agincourt 
P.V. 



Ailsa 

Craig 

500 



Alvinston 
612 



Amherst- 
burg 
2,987 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service. . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



S 



c. 



10,092.08 

3,309.90 

15,716.59 

661.42 

1,758.00 

250.04 

96.96 



4,277 53 

992.41 

1,410.88 



2,890.81 
1,446.97 
1,441.67 



676.00 



568.00 
205^36 



* c. 

4,487.57 

2,658.11 

784.31 

299.60 

1,854.00 

16.47 

90.00 



19,760.34 
7,543.41 
7,407.38 



1,972.38 
"272 '20 



Total earnings. 



31,884.99 



7,356.82 



6,552.81 



10,190.06 



36,955.71 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



23,317.48 



4,674.23 



4,644.89 



7,536.31 



21,254.66 



2,084.43 
14.88 
49.49 



69.75 



126.37 
'Y62 



163.23 



2,423.38 
44.13 
74.06 



238.99 



50.88 



35.45 



46.71 



550.72 



1,140.10 
28*8.06 
291.35 
123.59 

561.13 



372.61 



275.79 
64.75 



262.27 

259.15 

31.93 



297.60 
468.94 



68.13 
230.30 



900.04 
892 . 80 



1,956.39 
691.96 
366.94 
413.74 

1,650.10 

1,111.32 



Total expenses 
Gross surplus. . 

Gross loss 

Depreciation . . 
Net surplus . . . 
Net loss 



28,109.50 



5,934.01 



5,450 70 



10,092.44 



30,537.40 



3,775.49 



,422.81 



1,102.11 



97.62 



6,418.31 



,207.00 



329.00 



455.00 



534.00 



1,638.00 



2,568.49 



1,093.81 



647.11 



4,780.31 



436.38 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



Total 



490 
81 
20 

591 



136 
20 

2 

158 



134 
38 

2 

174 



158 
59 

3 

220 



640 
136 

17 

793 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Ancaster 
Twp. 
4,134 


Arkona 
371 


Aylmer 
1,992 


Ayr 
781 


Baden 
' P.V. 


Barton 
Twp. 
1,597 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 
768 


$ c. 

' 7,851.58 

1,528.44 

446.29 


$ c. 

2,356.15 

1,345.52 

987.70 


$ c. 

10,059.72 

7,563.07 

5,028.21 

760.56 

2,225.00 


$ c. 

4,290.39 
1,623.11 
1,042.10 


$ c. 

3,389.53 
1,250.29 
5,614.67 


■ $ c. 

1,943.39 
108.22 
800.29 


$ c. 

2,914.18 

889 . 85 
8,714.65 


$ c. 

4,164.62 

1,611.39 

424.23 

746 76 


671.83 


960.00 


988.00 


520.00 


252.00 


528.00 

26.70 

476.29 


825.00 




55.27 


1,175.90 




79.78 




158 20 










10,498.14 


5,704.64 


26,812.46 


7,943.60 


10,854.27 


3,103.90 


13,549.67 


7,930.20 


5,833.44 


3,696.21 


15,106.78 


5,620.83 


8,607.46 


1,956.56 


8,605.49 


4,490.45 


















2,081.90 
21.16 


40.26 


2,438.03 
44.98 

75 


721.03 


444 . 50 


172.00 


170.66 


128.32 


25.90 




20.77 






10.80 


12 75 












77.31 


59.30 


190.86 


103.12 


148.85 


33.45 


76.12 


93.11 




253.89 
164.30 


788.37 
899.96 
288.99 


326.06 

26.45 
45.84 


386.82 
90.90 
46.73 




410.75 
17.90 
36.00 


407 08 


1,579.00 


346.50 


170.50 

57 11 










423.60 
244.41 


651.32 
479.64 


1,417.65 
1,090.27 


396.13 
302.36 


144.15 
181.11 


344 . 80 
564.41 


165.91 
192.88 


413.32 
327.78 


10,286.72 


5,344.92 


22,266.64 


7,562.59 


10,050.52 


3,417.72 


9,686.51 


6,100.42 


211.42 


359.72 


4,545.82 


381.01 


803 . 75 


313.82 
285.00 


3,863.16 


1,829.78 


843.00 


280.00 


1,266.00 


482.00 


326.00 


552.00 


533.00 




79.72 


3,279.82 




477.75 


598.82 


3,311 16 


1,296.78 


631.58 


100.99 














252 
37 

5 


114 

36 

4 


609 
129 

13 


189 
47 

5 


125 
30 

3 


70 

5 
2 


123 

27 
4 


181 

36 

4 


?94 


154 


751 


241 


158 


77 


154 


221 



310 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blenheim 
1,631 


Blyth 
618 


Bolton 
600 


Bothwell 
603 


Brampton 
4,993 


Population 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

8,021.89 
5,929.97 
4,021.41 
742.73 
2,330.00 


$ c. 

3,395.84 

1,577.54 

814.42 


$ c. 

3,023.46 

820.47 
2,372.35 


$ c. 

2,791.61 

1,382.60 

783.77 

194.21 

1,292.92 

6.48 

689.34 


$ c. 

34,345.65 
15,398 20 


Commercial light service 




14,565.48 

1,827.70 

5,225.65 

71 80 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,300.00 


943.27 


Merchandise ^ 


Miscellaneous 


106.50 


15.81 


195.69 


388 37 






Total earnings 


21,152.50 


7,103.61 


7,355.24 


7,140.93 


71,822.85 




Expenses 


13,019.66 


4,494.73 


4,730.10 


4,295.13 


51,351*35 
38.99 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










403.14 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,861.48 
124.00 
150.66 


437.33 


1,045.87 


199.58 


2,355.55 
289.44 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 









226.65 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance . 


392.91 


66.65 


62.02 


99.15 


427.85 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


869.25 
620.89 
227.19 






213.48 
200.05 


1,552.03 


General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 


202.55 


376.27 
28.77 


2,712.43 
236.89 






321.61 


Interest 


613.38 
400.34 


688.29 

842.77 


399.29 
460.78 


221.20 
142.99 


656.24 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


3,689.11 






Total expenses 


18,279.76 


6,732.32 


7,103.10 


5,371.58 


64,261.28 


Gross surplus 

Gross loss. . 


2,872.74 


371.29 


252.14 


1,769.35 


7,561.57 


Depreciation 


1,142.00 


375.00 


248.00 


472.00 


4,055.00 






Net surplus 

Net loss 


1,730.74 




4.14 


1,297.35 


3,506.57 


3.71 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


484 

118 

14 


153 

46 

4 


144 

40 

9 


163 
46 

5 


1,324 


Commercial light service 

Power service . . 


227 
54 






Total 


616 


203 


193 


214 


1,605 







931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Brantford 
29,287 


Brantford 
Twp. 
7,053 


Bridge- 
port 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
706 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,475 


$ c. 

160,236.81 
44,198.28 

107,895.73 
26,039.62 


$ c. 

19,839.70 
4,059.12 
2,667.19 


$ c. 

3,483.86 
983.98 
184.65 


$ c. 

2,259.14 
1,683.04 
1,742.06 


$ c. 

4,895.77 

2,289.87 

512.37 


$ c. 

4,305.72 

972.40 

1,855.05 


$ c. 

1,221.09 

650.21 

1,060.27 


$ c. 

4,441.06 
4,601.58 
2,587.11 


33,977.05 


4,563.00 


570.00 


1,098.42 


1,272.00 


813.00 


299.00 


1,634.88 


3,355.76 


842.27 




114.21 


7.34 


149.26 




59.80 










375,703.25 


31,971.28 


5,222.49 


6,896.87 


8,977.35 


8,095.43 


3,230.57 


13,324.43 


253,139.26 
5,322.60 


15,603.38 


3,445.79 


5,238.01 


6,033.00 


4,520.51 


2,397.34 


8,056.50 


i;047.85 

6,007.51 
564.20 
















2,556.03 

25.61 

396.10 


101.45 


199.99 


445.44 


167.10 


31.72 


332.64 


540.72 


5.13 






35.35 




65.60 


402.36 










4,227.67 


771.97 


99.84 


47.61 


70.83 


63.73 




166.49 


1,433.94 






7,738.67 


1,376.16 

1,277.46 

85.60 




236.61 
245.68 




431.12 

153.67 

30.55 


24.05 
15.33 
14.72 


659.53 


8,636.15 
5,107.64 


392.97 

54.73 


499.76 


245 . 69 
81.92 


2,692.97 








21,763.56 
22,971.00 


1,828.37 
2,917.64 


598.53 


107.72 
230.09 


926.84 
830.44 


86.85 
314.36 


54.03 
215.12 


171.32 
201.90 








341,596.10 


26,838.32 


4,698.44 


6,305.71 


8,806.31 


5,803.24 


2,752.31 


9,981.59 


34,107.15 


5,132.96 


524.05 


591.16 


171.04 


2,292.19 


478.26 


3,342.84 


20,199.00 


2,241.00 


435.00 


311.00 


500.00 


415.00 


169.00 


632.00 


13,908.15 


2,891.96 


89.05 


280.16 




1,877.19 


309.26 


2,710.84 


328.96 
















6,426 
736 
111 


750 

42 

6 


101 
16 

3 


107 

38 
6 


195 
60 

2 


184 
35 

4 


55 

23 

2 


275 

87 

8 


7,273 


798 


120 


151 


257 


223 


80 


370 



312 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
671 


Chatham 
16,104 


Chippawa 
1,171 


Clifford 


Population 


461 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,244.91 
443.05 


$ c. 

2,437 21 
2,162.13 
1,381.13 


$ c. 

77,814.48 
69,173.38 
66,070.60 

4,750.36 

16,102.76 

691.43 

1,414.21 


$ c. 

6,664.61 
1,504.38 
• 587.72 
1,362.48 
1,036.00 


$ c. 

1,998.00 

1,378.42 
105 25 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power . 






Street lighting 


456.00 


1,539.96 


789.83 


Merchandise 






79.92 






61 41 










Total earnings 


2,223.88 


7,520.43 


236,017.22 


11,155.19 


4,332.91 






Expenses 


1,367.92 


3,745.42 


124,679.73 
9,621.43 
3,892.86 

7,572.65 

1,778.83 

5,988.98 

36.26 

8,863.93 


6,224.59 


3,106.98 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


26.25 


116.85 

6.15 

41.65 


575.41 

34.50 

298.80 


25.41 


Line transformer maintenance 








20.17 








Street lighting, operation and main- 




26.57 


443.47 


41.06 












449.17 
69.58 
14.01 


7,407.24 

15,722.23 

5,172.52 

1,847.48 

13,092.05 

9,295.95 




384.00 


General office, salaries and expenses. 


102.69 


903.39 
83.63 


19.28 
24.51 








Interest . 


267.46 
215.94 


926.12 
749 . 66 


586.44 
618.71 


406.11 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


144.35 


Total expenses 


1,980.26 


6,145.18 


214,972.14 


9,768.94 


4,171.87 






Gross surplus 


243 . 62 


1,375.25 


21,045.08 


1,386.25 


161.04 






Depreciation 


101.00 


507.00 


13,668.00 


758.00 


231.00 






Net surplus 

Net loss . . 


142.62 


868.25 


7,377.08 


628.25 




69.96 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


40 

8 


94 

48 

3 


3,815 
701 
110 


280 
43 

7 


95 


Commercial light service 


38 


Power service 


1 








Total 


48 


145 


4,626 


330 


134 







931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



4 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Clinton 
1,937 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
394 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
508 


$ c. 

i 1,404. 08 
5,603.11 

4,527.15 
927.85 


$ c. 

2,592.84 
2,266.22 
3,221.99 


$ c. 

2,585.18 

1,339.16 

360.00 


$ c. 

1,943.52 
1,023.31 


$ c. 

1,673/53 

988.10 

1,265.06 


$ c. 

1,275.24 
686.33 


$ c. 

2,524.25 
888.77 
552.98 


$ c. 

2,881.87 
1,915.97 
1,285.03 


389.88 
774.00 




1,968.01 
272.50 


732.00 


403.00 


492.00 


252.00 


587.16 


825.00 


621.77 


78.04 


5.85 


9.09 


5.06 


142.49 


112.13 


288.44 


25,324.47 


8,891.09 


4,693.19 


4,139.80 


4,423.75 


2,356.06 


4,665.29 


7,196.31 


14,508.56 
204.33 


5,954.65 


2,469.04 


3,045.65 


3,000.03 


1,110.51 


2,545.70 


4,569.44 


















295.11 
18.81 


249.71 


65.93 

72.50 

6.00 


156.47 


185.89 


13.40 


52.18 


76.79 


42.91 












73.56 
















260.73 


27.38 


119.56 


50.00 


35.53 


18.36 


40.45 


42.93 


905 . 04 


300 . 00 

393.01 

15.02 










112.06 
14.09 
13.67 




1,498.92 
567.83 


449.20 


221.36 


69.91 


131.28 


407.77 


205.10 












2,045.59 
1,305.66 


188.32 
404 . 63 


450.65 
303.10 


345.33 
498.28 


141.50 
94.10 


135.03 

125.18 


154.07 

128.11 


449.37 
241.69 


21,858.59 


7,532.72 


3,935.98 


4,317.09 


3,526.96 


1,533.76 


3,060.33 


5,861.55 


3,465.88 


1,358.37 


757.21 




896.79 


822.30 


1,604.96 


1,334.76 




177.29 
192.00 




654.00 


386.00 


297.00 


179.00 


148.00 


332.00 


450.00 


2,811.88 


972.37 


460.21 




717.79 


674.30 


1,272.96 


884.76 




369.29 


















514 

120 

15 


100 
46 

2 


105 
26 

1 


71 

23 

1 


67 

25 
1 


48 
19 


130 

31 
2 


154 

61 

5 








649 


148 


132 


95 


93 


67 


163 


220 



314 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Dresden 
1,465 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,052 


Dunnville 


Population 


3,450 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,515.99 

4,819.53 

5,346.34 

467.30 

1,865.55 

128.72 

187.39 


$ c. 

2,057.72 
768.16 
841.23 


$ c. 

1,261.72 
926.70 
516.59 


$ c. 

21,023.03 

11,812.17 

22,602.48 

441.96 

3,592.31 

550.01 

649.48 


$ c. 

11,151.21 
11,238 83 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


11,607 96 




2,899 28 


Street lighting. . 


538.00 


750.00 


4,160.38 


Merchandise . . 


Miscellaneous . . 






616.77 










Total earnings 


18,330.82 


4,205.11 


3,455.01 


60,671.44 


41,674.43 




Expenses 


12,010.90 


2,976.27 


2,364.79 


37,389.41 


22,123.90 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 








122 22 

6,027.33 
189.51 
595.78 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


631.40 


433.47 


39.94 


1,542.24 
98.14 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 








212.33 


Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


25.20 


55.82 


87.01 


538.40 


284.96 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


626.30 
586.80 
136.57 


165.39 
47.11 
15.05 


157.50 

49.00 

5.71 


1,278.53 
1,957.36 
1,002.01 
897.14 
1,690.40 

1,783.66 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


2,472.14 
321.97 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 


129.82 


Interest 


240.29 
1,132.00 


121.96 
140.81 


189.81 

375.37 


3,779.82 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,099.01 






Total expenses 


15,389.46 


3,955.88 


3,269.13 


53,471.75 


33,064.33 






Gross surplus 


2,941.36 


249.23 


185.88 


7,199.69 


8,610.10 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


814.00 


91.00 


238.00 


3,509.00 


2,859.00 






Net surplus 


2,127.36 


158.23 




3,690.69 


5,751.10 


Net loss . . 


52.12 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


349 

117 
14 


83 

24 

2 


38 

27 

3 


1,166 
177 

42 


604 


Commercial light service 


188 


Power service 


29 






Total 


480 


109 


68 


1,385 


821 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Dutton 
805 


East 

Windsor 

15,105 


Elmira 
2,795 


Elora 
1,244 


•Embro 
424 


Erieau 
210 


Erie 

Beach 

21 


Essex 
1,732 


$ c. 

3,408.09 
2,774.14 
3,148.57 


$ c. 

83,936.97 
25,818.99 
68,914.40 


$ c. 

15,917.45 

6,918.35 

13,120.18 

906.58 

1,835.17 

43.83 

538.86 


% c. 

6,667.85 
3,648.42 
8,391.00 


$ c. 

2,599.74 
1,720.28 
1,460.86 


$ c. 

3,176.24 
866.44 
550.42 


$ c. 

1,229.61 
210.56 


$ c. 

8,641.52 
6,049.65 
6,450.93 






1,513.02 


943 . 20 


8,134.67 
"l',442! 08 


1,652.00 


702.00 


378.00 




2,159.35 


35 54 






244 80 


220.79 








494.30 












10,554.34 


188,247.11 


39,280.42 


20,580.06 


6,482.88 


4,971.10 


1,440.17 


25,308.77 


7,168.94 


109,481.88 


29,957.00 


15,252.21 


3,756.59 


3,062.56 


837.11 


11,230.81 


















96.87 
12.05 


5,853.07 

995.33 

4,547.88 

2,297.67 

3,546.35 


1,867.89 
108.91 
141.06 


2,242.40 


210.78 


345.76 
10.55 
42.05 


149.02 


1,086.07 
125.48 


49.23 


110.65 






16.95 










92.75 


208.61 


116.60 


81.00 


76.50 




29.43 








684.05 


9,845.95 
3,463.43 
4,046.33 


974.82 
534.31 
916.70 
225.73 
1,082.45 

904.66 




175.32 
30.50 

35.17 


370.42 
54.07 
18.75 




332.79 


338.00 
54.12 


1,281.64 
233.23 
209.52 
330.62 

629.94 


172.05 


2,921.03 
271.39 






419.90 


364.03 

285.98 


6,935.64 
5,679.78 


302.06 

344.45 


355.10 

272.85 


186.34 
106.83 


1,251.70 
405.97 


9,146.02 


156,693.31 


36,922.14 


20,406.81 


4,935.67 


4,608.61 


1,451.35 


18,091.52 


1,408.32 


31,553.80 


2,358.28 


173.25 


1,547.21 


362.49 




7,217.25 




11.18 
69.00 




187.00 


7,955.00 


1,796.00 


941.00 


412.00 


260.00 


1,360.00 


1,221.32 


23,598.80 


562.28 




1,135.21 


102.49 




5,857.25 




767.75 


80.18 
















204 
70 

7 


2,817 

304 

43 


538 

126 

21 


305 

77 
3 


95 

47 
3 


116 
11 

2 


61 

2 


447 

118 

20 








281 


3,164 


685 


385 


145 


129 


63 


585 



316 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
14,212 


Exeter 
1,615 


Fergus 

2,286 


Fonthill 
763 


Forest 


Population 


1,415 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

95,905.81 
22,906.22 
14,359.04 

2,185.58 
15,344.42 


$ c. 

10,769.94 

5,132.00 

5,554.55 

506.22 

1,899.00 

149.04 

671.04 


$ c. 

14,022.53 

6,214.30 

11,069.44 


$ c. 

4,784.55 
832.97 
325.12 
262.74 

1,138.00 


$ c. 
10,184.51 


Commercial light service. . . 


4,621.17 

4,177.56 

879.69 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


Street lighting 


2,587.00 


2,270.00 


Merchandise 


347.91 


Miscellaneous 


152.80 


32.72 


1.50 


1,313.22 






Total earnings 


150,853.87 


24,681.79 


33,925.99 


7,344.88 


23,794.06 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


75,834.75 


13,545.38 


23,728.92 


3,325.80 


12,985.87 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


11,093.85 
1,882.60 
1,194.87 


642.34 
80.79 

74.24 


1,278.88 

58.38 

206.50 


676.35 


2,223.69 


Line transformer maintenance. 




Meter maintenance 


71.57 


320.86 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business . 




2,412.15 
31.99 
6,596.82 
5,440.91 
3,477.00 
2,498.20 
13,246.52 

9,572.58 


364.87 


376.75 


40.36 


413.54 


Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


569.72 
2,808.13 
332.78 
544.23 
589.36 

829.69 






562.50 


1,766.85 
139.13 
370.77 

1,610.91 

2,399.91 


518.99 


1,145.88 
289.25 




406.78 


1,120.16 
872.29 


1,299.84 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


900.00 






Total expenses 


133,282.24 


20,381.53 


31,937.00 


6,625.52 


20,548.21 






Gross surplus 

Gross loss . 


17,571.63 


4,300.26 


1,988.99 


719.36 


3,245.85 


Depreciation 


10,496.00 


1,183.00 


1,248.00 


421.00 


1,316.00 






Net surplus . . 


7,075.63 


3,117.26 


740.99 


298.36 


1,929.85 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,653 

329 

23 


441 

118 

10 


599 

119 

18 


209 

26 

4 


450 


Commercial light service 


125 


Power service 


23 






Total 


4,005 


569 


736 


239 


598 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Gait 
13,236 


George- 
town 
1,992 


Glencoe 
759 


Goderich 
4,221 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
19,857 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,246 


Hamilton 
134,566 


$ c. 

105,465.02 

43,460.78 

79,763.81 

3,597.14 


$ c. 

12,790.62 

5,556.57 

20,408.46 

750.35 

2,096.75 

35.01 

689.71 


$ c. 

5,420.70 
3,407.26 
1,825.76 
1,315.09 
1,934.00 
18.89 
25.73 


$ c. 

25,187.65 

12,508.69 

14,398.04 

3,052.87 

3,782.50 

718.70 

57.71 


$ c. 

1,656.60 

1,025.42 

987.58 


$ c. 

100,184.50 
45,272.62 
98,220.57 
20,919.49 
20,422.07 
1,005.10 
3,294.55 


$ c. 

4,597.80 

4,472.92 

27,059.41 


$ c. 

798,848.99 

190,689.83 

870,253.13 

76,322.76 


21,746.50 
613.51 


370.00 


1,200.00 

54.81 

573.70 


99,935.12 


3,294.53 


106.12 


18,773.34 


257,941.29 


42,327.47 


13,947.43 


59,706.16 


4,145.72 


289,318.90 


37,958.64 


2,054,823.17 


169,652.74 
4,930.72 


32,356.99 


8,726.14 


40,588.51 
3,499.32 


2,939.35 


197,004.93 
2,862.26 


26,982.72 


1,408,285.24 
31,096.88 


456.42 










21,021.97 


942.32 
22.39 


1,746.02 


178.03 


2,401.34 

140.12 

77.39 


74.45 


3,929.54 
2,053.73 
3,005.73 


2,392.29 

8.63 

106.72 


35,629.48 
8,542.96 


1,640.77 


179.52 






13,800.99 






8,881.58 


3,339.17 
950.02 


139.68 


187.43 


510.01 


30.10 


6,979.02 


190.18 


11,796.62 
14,789.05 


2,884.89 




569.57 
466.18 
149.18 


652.80 

2,582.57 

636.58 

339.02 

2, 753. CO 

2,038.47 


124.78 
36.88 
15.30 


6,573.61 
9,386.33 
966.58 
1,678.97 
4,255.60 

4,093.30 


757.50 
504.15 
161.25 
588.41 
227.95 

322.87 


37,179.89 


4,961.48 

5,139.42 

490 . 43 


2,863.69 
409.19 
619.12 
791.01 

642.65 


56,809.01 
35,436.93 


21,043.00 
17,128.60 


695.19 

835.82 


169.56 
100.07 


135,873.22 
134,485.54 


233,582.37 


39,747.87 


11,807.54 


56,219.13 


3,490.49 


242,789.60 


32,242.67 


1,953,629.36 


24,358.92 


2,579.60 


2,139.89 


3,487.03 


655.23 


46,529.30 


5,715.97 


101,193.81 


19,657.09 


1,691.00 


787.00 


4,412.00 


197.00 


12,501.00 


913.00 


67,674.02 


4,701.83 


888.60 


1,352.89 




458.23 


34,028.30 


4,802.97 


33,519.79 




924.97 


















3,450 
498 
116 


637 

130 

24 


219 

79 

6 


1,184 

216 

21 


79 

31 

1 


5,000 

715 
136 


300 
106 

15 


32,309 

3,564 

855 


4,064 


791 


304 


1,421 


111 


5,851 


421 


36,728 



318 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,274 


Harrow 
P.V. 


Hensall 

753 


Hespeler 
2,719 


Highgate 
350 


Population 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,175.18 
3,783.85 
5,773.69 
487.72 
1,199.92 


$ c. 

7,619.44 
4,149.56 
3,675.80 


$ c. 

3,507.49 
1,816.45 
2,743.74 


$ c. 

17,836.46 

. 5,550.67 

16,911.94 

926.68 

2,559.64 


$ c. 
1,672 05 


Commercial light service 


812 20 


Commercial power service 


1,953.46 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


854.60 


912.00 


550 00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 




177.08 


121.88 


29.80 


129 61 








Total earnings 


17,420.36 


16,476.48 


9,101.56 


43,815.19 


5,117 32 






Expenses 


11,850.46 


10,638.91 


5,924.02 


32,425.38 

776.01 

81.50 

2,810.21 

112.81 

81.72 


3,961.13 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,184.84 

7.08 

109.13 


223.34 
227.70 
361.23 


405 . 67 


148.66 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 






Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


145.95 


188.92 


85.27 


434.20 


39.07 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


697.04 
162.50 
172.59 
362.19 
786.35 

1,379.75 


655.01 


369.98 

534.22 

33.95 




360.00 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses. . 


1,837.20 
559.39 
150.01 

1,749.00 

1,902.29 


77.16 




29.38 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






613.94 

436.53 


489.77 
372.66 


182.56 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


142.70 






Total expenses 


16,857.88 


13,345.58 


8,215.54 


42,919.72 


4,940.66 




Gross surplus 


562.48 


3,130.90 


886.02 


895.47 


176.66 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


835.00 


599.00 


548.00 


2,280.00 


315.00 






Net surplus . . 




2,531.90 


338.02 






Net loss . . 


272.52 


1,384.53 


138.34 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


311 
97 
12 


231 

76 

4 


173 
54 
13 


688 
109 

24 


95 


Commercial light service 


35 


Power service 


5 






Total 


420 


311 


240 


821 


135 







931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Humber- 
stone 
1,597 


Ingersoll 
5,050 


Jarvis 
471 


Kingsville 
2,223 


Kitchener 
28,282 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
628 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,269 


$ c. 

9,290.28 
2,805.14 
6,638.05 


$ c. 

32,567.41 

16,093.05 

24,668.44 

1,749.41 

4,607.50 

380.47 

2,184.99 


$ c. 

1,648.37 
1,300.07 
4,113.93 


$ c. 

13,405.06 
6,208.22 
2,173.50 
1,125.16 
3,700.00 


$ c. 

181,079.68 

103,749.02 

225,304.43 

26,693.61 

30,174.93 


$ c. 

3,493.88 
1,612.35 


$ c. 

9,300.58 
3,177.73 
2,507.78 


$ c. 

24,072.55 
15,241.16 
12,238.09 




314.65 
435.00 


5,149.47 


1,296.00 


840.00 


1,094.50 


7,346.07 


27.75 


39.43 


1,173.06 


4,561.66 


5.60 


22.38 


772.25 


20,057.22 


82,251.27 


7,941.80 


27,785.00 


571,563.33 


5,861.48 


16,102.97 


64,819.59 


9,569.06 


55,404.14 


5,845.48 


14,497.78 


400,504.21 
8,093.40 
1,820.33 

15,966.67 

223.48 

5,011.02 

218.25 

10,348.64 
176.42 

10,786.79 
9,278.58 
3,936.09 
3,391.30 

14,111.40 

20,872.15 


3,692.48 


8,064.20 


33,535.64 




403.51 

3,086.35 

81.68 

536.97 












1,982.64 
431.48 


67.03 


3,255.91 


8.80 


1,789.65 

7.60 

227.02 


4,389.33 
3.70 


266.80 


22.15 


289.86 




878.77 








153.96 


568.95 


77.30 


393.33 


29.89 


14.45 


1,061.00 




974.75 

4,425.38 

1,227.44 

492.00 

3,348.77 

1,677.35 


386.39 

128.82 

20.06 


978.69 
720.25 
474.64 
375.81 
1,875.37 

567.06 






1,423.83 


780.82 
6.00 


356.31 


402.43 
218.00 
196.46 
819.40 

531.96 


3,527.51 
1,422.88 


164.51 




928.29 


1,368.62 
1,800.00 


463.92 
415.21 


207.23 
114.39 


2,438.67 
1,746.19 


16,523.89 


72,227.29 


7,426.36 


23,428.70 


504,738.73 


4,409.10 


12,271.17 


51,355.81 


3,533.33 


10,023.98 


515.44 


4,356.30 


66,824.60 


1,452.38 


3,831.80 


13,463.78 


906.00 


3,716.00 


332.00 


1,591.00 


25,528.65 


267.00 


681.00 


2,708.00 


2,627.33 


6,307.98 


183.44 


2,765.30 


41,295.95 


1,185.38 


3,150.80 


10,755.78 


















480 
73 

7 


1,321 

235 

43 


93 

37 
4 


702 
165 

15 


6,751 
938 
243 


107 
19 

1 


198 

30 

3 


1,256 

244 

29 


560 


1,599 


134 


882 


7,932 


127 


231 


1,529 



320 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population . . 


Listowel 
2,545 


London 
68,404 


London 
Twp. 
7,821 


Lucan 
573 


Lynden 
P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

17,321.31 
7,924.86 

10,368.14 
1,527.54 
3,591.06 


$ c. 

445,925.63 

190,442.03 

380,650.32 

29,477.43 

50,160.45 

5,428.96 

34,404 . 24 


$ c. 

8,948.59 
1,566.17 
1,505.25 


$ c. 

4,715.32 

1,757.01 

- 1,754.78 


$ c. 

1,765.42 
736.95 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


916.65 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


664.50 


1,035.00 


388.97 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


307.50 


196.03 


233.95 


194.54 






Total earnings 


41,040.41 


1,136,489.06 


12,880.54 


9,496.06 


4,002.53 






Expenses 


29,061.39 


690,530.57 

15,799.28 

9,381.71 

13,305.87 
2,202.30 

16,190.48 
3,427.51 

5,813.47 
3,382.77 
22,262.92 
37,688.12 
26,249.64 
7,380.47 
55,284.97 

55,569.20 


8,279.59 


5,434.53 


3,050.99 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 


98.17 

2,222.78 

24.56 

187.20 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


534.13 


936.56 


128.24 






Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses. . 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


373.73 


150.49 


69.90 


22.44 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


719.21 
616.85 
359.37 
200.10 
653.25 

1,825.35 


299.17 

382.00 

10.16 


251.24 

188.80 

10.17 


150.00 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


13.80 
71.13 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 




808 . 94 

815.67 


281.47 
539.83 


184.81 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


124.47 






Total expenses 


3631.96 


964,469.28 


11,280.15 


7,712.50 


3,785.88 






Gross surplus 


4,698.45 


172,019.78 


1,600.39 


1,783.56 


216.65 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


2,108.00 


81,138.93 


557.00 


544.00 


244.00 






Net surplus . 


2,590.45 


90,880.85 


1,043.39 


1,239.56 




Net loss 


27.35 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


695 

157 

24 


16,690 

2,634 

508 


293 

13 

3 


167 

47 

9 


77 


Commercial light service 


18 


Power service 


1 






Total 


876 


19,832 


309 


223 


96 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Markham 
969 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,575 


Milton 

1,775 


Mjlverton 
1,122 


Mimico 
5,762 


Mitchell 
1,645 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c. 

5,617.46 
2,526.44 
4,848.52 


$ c. 

2,032.80 
1,268.33 
4,195.80 


$ c. 

12,065.94 

2,287.24 
53,575.16 


$ c. 

10,899.18 

5,224.28 
29,835.26 


$ c. 

5,056.10 
2,560.57 
4,645.24 
327.14 
1,003.25 


$ c. 

52,674.50 
8,522.67 
4,042.80 
3,275.24 
8,448.96 


$ c. 

9,755.00 
4,657.69 
4,644.80 

763.71 
2,061.27 
2,789.69 

294 . 69 


$ c. 

690 . 99 

728.14 
1,323.32 


1,340.00 


688.00 


2,773.00 


1,845.00 

209.39 

1,644.96 


375.00 


256.60 


290.29 




138.10 


1,178.30 


67.68 








14,589.02 


8,475.22 


70,701.34 


49,658.07 


13,730.40 


78,142.47 


24,966.85 


3,185.13 


7,969.63 


5,999.20 


49,366.47 


29,882.19 
242.05 


11,726.56 


46,028.91 


13,526.25 
416.64 


2,574.58 










706.52 
7,612.65 




1,107.55 


207.36 


3,047.11 
183.77 
630.51 


3,412.48 

20.32 

159.77 


256.51 


590.77 


69.32 






64.62 


522.61 


245.61 










84.57 


49.71 


297.47 


279.27 


141.70 


1,510.36 


192.40 


65.07 










633.29 
214.76 
105.44 


1,760.78 
1,739.32 
1,974.88 
854.94 
4,817.78 

4,113.25 


900.00 
961.53 
365.17 
114.15 
77.94 

601.40 




970.11 


172.40 
49.06 


2,186.36 
542.96 
300.41 

1,396.65 

1,280.55 


1,765.61 
545.26 
541.49 

1,742.76 

1,386.46 


153.92 






313.15 
677.65 


599.97 
577.02 


278.16 
576.64 


138.64 

245.77 


11,122.66 


7,654.72 


59,232.26 


39,977.66 


13,997.68 


71,642.00 


17,991.86 


3,247.30 


3,466.36 


820.50 


11,469.08 


9,680.41 




6,500.47 


6,974.99 






267.28 
616.00 


62.17 


614.00 


320.00 


1,757.00 


2,130.30 


4,586.00 


976.00 


164.00 


2,852.36 


500.50 


9,712.08 


7,550.11 




1,914.47 


5,998.99 






883.28 


226.17 
















252 
62 
10 


102 
39 

4 


620 

55 
8 


456 
98 
20 


211 

73 

8 


1,628 

130 

14 


445 

112 

22 


44 

32 

2 


324 


145 


683 


574 


292 


1,772 


579 


78 



322 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
298 


New 

Hamburg 

1,454 


New 

Toronto 

5,622 


Niagara 
Falls 
18,403 


Population 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,463.41 
984.39 
883.04 


$ c. 

1,093.34 

865.75 
621.46 


$ c. 

9,964.94 
4,006.12 
4,567.02 


$ c. 

30,942.44 

10,151.94 

107,845.18 

10,237.00 

8,429.04 


$ c. 
150,408.18 


Commercial light service 


65,260.95 


Commercial power service . . . 


64,546.04 


Municipal power 


13,386.30 


Street lighting 


506.00 


690.00 


2,233.27 
545.27 
210.94 


29,896.43 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


169.07 


42.48 


1,897.25 


41.38 






Total earnings 


5,005.91 


3,313.03 


21,527.56 


169,502.85 


323,539.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,968.52 


1,978.67 


14,588.12 
383.96 


139,431.87 


185,880.05 


Substation operation 


8,653.56 


Substation maintenance. . 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


41.86 


23.09 


527.98 

55.46 

414.16 


6,015.63 

75.60 

518.80 


5,754.38 


Line transformer maintenance 


881.84 


Meter maintenance 


3.37 




4,523.08 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


37.57 


14.16 


363.66 


1,801.22 


3,315.48 


Promotion of business 


38.63 


Billing and collecting 


167.36 

121.72 

25.63 




513.26 
533 . 64 
300.98 
347.13 
518.62 

684.61 


2,601.65 
3,651.82 
3,670.96 


7,224.38 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


255.92 


8,633.52 
7,093.67 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




3,095.64 


Interest 


160.30 
130.06 


392.15 
400.00 


266.40 
262.85 


22,408.28 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


18,609.67 






Total expenses 


3,656.39 


3,063.99 


19,231.58 


158,296.80 


276,112.18 






Gross surplus 


1,349.52 


249.04 


2,295.98 


11,206.05 


47,427.10 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


253.00 


251.00 


1,203.00 


4,230.00 


21,475.00 






Net surplus . . . 


1,096.52 




1,092.98 


6,976.05 


25,952.10 


Net loss . . 


1.96 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


135 

35 

3 


60 

28 
2 


342 
91 
12 


1,275 

138 

26 


4,532 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


720 
95 






Total 


173 


90 


445 


1,439 


5,347 







93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

1,547 


Norwich 
1,213 


Oil 

Springs 

466 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,792 


Paris 
4,156 


Parkhill 
959 


Petrolia 

2,671 


$ c. 

14,024.74 

2,980.00 

912.70 

1,727.89 


$ c. 

7,662.74 
2,697.69 
1,565.86 

749.52 
2,100.00 

379.38 
1,042.64 


$ c. 

1,659.24 

983.27 

7,831.10 


$ c. 

2,095.67 
1,564.55 

614.39 
61.44 

409.72 


$ c. 

9,882.62 
5,586.33 
4,831.57 
1,393.57 
1,788.05 


$ c. 

24,481.40 
7,995.27 

11,634.50 

1,225.00 

5,724.90 

47.39 

2,500.05 


$ c. 

4,882.37 

2,785.94 

953.83 

562.76 

1,438.00 


$ c. 

11,059.06 

6,576.83 

23,952.88 


2,629.92 


738.00 


2,639.91 
36.82 




224.80 


280.22 




132.06 


734.47 








22,275.25 


16,197.83 


11,436.41 


5,025.99 


23,482.14 


53,608.51 


10,754.96 


44,999.97 


11,629.95 


9,784.24 


6,916.98 


3,088.47 


17,020.89 


33,884.86 


8,039.23 


29,087.19 












194.66 
4,216.28 




8.67 


2,429.19 
.50 


1,395.04 

24.35 

422.51 


978.89 


248 . 84 

19.44 

"148.34 


1,136.42 


358.68 


2,378.84 
62 50 


112.00 




222.04 


192.16 




330 21 










687 . 80 


406.83 


37.74 


95.97 


108.31 


884.16 


148.51 


219.68 




631.00 
367.98 
291.87 
213.43 
406.48 

488.35 


278.06 
161.58 
433.57 
24.26 
630.78 

947.25 


107.88 

55.85 
31.40 


587.65 
716.11 
161.80 
60.16 
607.82 

722.56 


1,443.98 

1,230.69 

387.12 

299.68 

2,032.04 

1,521.42 


292.63 

187.00 

44.78 


758 79 


1,624.82 
5.96 

378.35 


3,329.84 
496.10 
371 83 


1,221.11 
632.88 


116.86 
276.57 


589.54 
827.80 


1,824.47 
1,892.21 


18,722.56 


14,432.08 


10,409.11 


4,189.62 


21,343.76 


46,287.05 


10,488.17 


40,760.33 


3,552.69 


1,765.75 


1,027.30 


836.37 


2,138.38 


7,321.46 


266.79 


4,239.64 


1,235.00 


702 . 00 


650.00 


321.00 


1,150.00 


4,275.00 


610.00 


2,455.00 


2,317.69 


1,063.75 


377.30 


515.37 


988.38 


3,046.46 




1,784.64 




343.21 


















452 
75 
10 


348 
84 

7 


71 
30 
30 


108 
40 

3 


399 
102 

8 


1,053 
176 

25 


224 

74 
5 


633 

182 

57 


537 


439 


131 


151 


509 


1,254 


303 


872 



324 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,378 


Port 

Colborne 

5,461 


Port 
Credit 
1,400 


Port 


Population 


Dalhousie 
1,656 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,149.30 
953.21 
757.09 


$ c. 

5,849.83 

1,782.84 

19,891.18 


$ c. 

29,972.85 

13,041.07 

9,550.07 

6,225.20 

7,009.07 


$ c. 

11,431.33 

4,824.69 

720.10 

947.77 

3,354.00 


$ c. 
12,914.43 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


2,010.72 
4,014.48 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 

Merchandise 


544.00 


924.00 


1,612.50 


Miscellaneous 




563.79 


5,279.27 


32.03 










Total earnings 


4,403 . 60 


29,011.64 


71,077.53 


21,309.92 


20,552.13 


Expenses 
Substation operation 


3,314.10 


23,722.54 


42,694.76 


14,287.89 


11,782.56 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


60.48 


243 . 70 
53.80 
63.36 


3,890.68 

161.11 

1,227.56 


1,390.61 


1,579.58 
9.67 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 






102.75 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


31.40 


212.81 


1,188.08 
850.60 
1,469.57 
2,634.96 
1,327.05 
1,267.53 
4,709.69 

5,045.17 


475.04 


181.02 


Billing and collecting 


187.60 

7.20 

30.03 


719.32 
912.30 
347.00 


719.82 
240 . 94 




General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 


1,785.83 




241.50 


Interest 


176.38 
163.85 


722.84 
794.02 


520.05 
449 . 30 


610.14 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,120.84 


Total expenses 


3,971.04 


27,791.69 


66,466.76 


18,083.65 


17,413.89 


Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


432.56 


1,219.95 


4,610.77 


3,226.27 


3,138.24 


Depreciation 


82.00 


895.00 


3,524.00 


1,224.00 


815.00 






Net surplus 


350.56 


324.95 


1,086.77 


2,002.27 


2,323.24 


Net loss. . 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


85 

25 

1 


289 
39 
14 


1,295 

201 

20 


399 

73 

5 


575 


Commercial light service 


50 


Power service 


80 






Total . . . : 


111 


342 


1,516 


477 


70£ 





193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Port 
Dover 
1,628 


Port 

Rowan 

681 


Port 

Stanley 

583 


Preston 

5,884 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,170 


Ridgetown 
1,983 


$ c. 

6,546.64 
4,619.04 
4,695.05 


$ c. 

2,443.38 

1,766.00 

102.76 


$ c. 

11,067.61 

3,240.09 

3,807.07 

393.49 

1,914.00 


$ c. 

47,275.32 

19,921.17 

42,017.95 

1,080.03 

4,960.32 


$ c. 

2,216.22 

609 . 45 

2,670.87 


$ c. 

2,720.12 
201.64 

771.57 


$ c. 

6,180.30 
3,202.72 
2,220.17 
399.94 
1,389.00 


$ c. 

9,993.51 
4,994.09 
5,428.64 
1,021.61 


2,926.84 


1,242.00 


312.00 


543.96 


3,397.15 
135.63 






281.20 


187.96 


32.55 




92.28 


556.19 










18,787.57 


5,554.14 


20,703.46 


115,442.75 


5,808.54 


4,269.84 


13,484.41 


25,526.82 


10,219.26 


4,459.47 


12,238.52 


85,895.65 

4,386.34 

98.09 

5,586.25 

306.19 

1,319.83 


4,867.33 


2,726.79 


8,152.59 


15,266.35 
















1,233.46 


73.11 


2,301.85 

110.39 

76.75 


147.25 


235.08 


2,225.62 

31.15 

189.25 


780.56 
23 39 


91.95 






63.30 


239.12 










134.04 

551.48 


26.33 


130.15 


834.78 


39.11 


26.98 


128.63 


651.96 


446.62 


372.48 
27.61 
72.67 

1,097*72 

335.99 


712.19 
487.15 
301.44 
173.67 
523.29 

709.53 


1,845.08 
987.56 

1,071.63 
698.55 

3,263.19 

4,659.06 


232.95 
2.00 

33.36 






690 . 09 


44.63 
160.11 


337.42 


889.37 


1,456.54 
248.98 


169.47 








1,079.68 
1,766.62 


112.21 
111.08 


423.00 

392.01 


355.04 

579.72 


463 . 72 
300.30 


15,897.32 


6,465.38 


17,764.93 


110,952.20 


5,545.29 


4,204.58 


12,551.37 


20,121.01 


2,890.25 




2,938.53 


4,490.55 


263 . 2.5 


65.26 


933.04 


5,405.81 




911.24 
300.00 


1,154.00 


1,023 00 


7,123.00 


212.00 


280.00 


503.00 


1,242.00 


1,736.25 




1,915.53 




51.25 




430.04 


4 163 81 




1,211.24 


2,632.45 


214.74 














397 

132 

13 


88 

33 

1 


566 
76 
14 


1,538 

225 

51 


80 

16 

3 


66 
6 

1 


317 
64 
12 


540 

154 

22 


542 


122 


656 


1,814 


99 


73 


393 


716 



326 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Riverside 
4,603 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 

752 


St. Cath- 
arines 
24,094 


St. Clair 

Beach 

107 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

44,159.30 
5,074.70 

7,525.89 
2,791.72 
4,682.74 


$ c. 

2,831.95 

1,107.25 

378.35 


$ c. 

3,037.96 
2,343.06 
1,592.46 


$ c. 

140,271.42 
43,424.93 
90,566.30 


$ c. 
2,313.50 


Commercial light service 


1,485.45 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 


606 . 62 


747.00 


942.00 


24,778.77 




Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 




6.16 


299.80 


5,735.08 










Total earnings 


64,234.35 


5,070.71 


8,215.28 


304,776.50 


4,405.57 






Expenses 


35,217.37 


4,109.65 


5,400.04 


184,826.01 
6,288.30 


2,648.72 
















Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


3,486.95 

568.94 

2,069.54 

1,072.77 

1,344.15 


118.03 


493.27 


15,660.34 
1,134.36 
2,631.08 


734.71 


Line transformer maintenance 


54.56 


Meter maintenance 


87.27 


24.53 


136.24 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


57.17 


84.76 


83.23 


3,945.26 
1,855.30 
7,370.57 

12,213.78 
5,103.15 
5,535.74 

10,609.27 

8,457.53 




Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting 


3,582.25 
1,731.42 
1,430.25 




517.50 
18.24 
24.42 


174.25 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


477.14 
13.19 


8.42 
126.84 






Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures . . 


3,861.69 
3,159.25 


67.91 


352.19 
235.36 


249.57 

272.42 








Total expenses 


57,524.58 


4,957.95 


7,148.78 


265,630.69 


4,462.90 








6,709.77 


112.76 


1,066.50 


39,145.81 




Gross loss 


57.33 


Depreciation 


3,387.00 


383.00 


418.00 


15,086.00 


270.00 






Xet surplus 


3,322.77 




648 . 50 


24,059.81 




Net loss . 


270.24 


327.33 












Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


1,127 

56 

8 


139 

32 

1 


188 

75 
5 


5,979 
644 
144 


51 
9 


Power service 


2 






Total 


1,191 


172 


268 


6,767 


62 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,072 


St. Thomas 
16,567 


Sandwich 
10,655 


Sarnia 
16,763 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
17,105 


Seaforth 
1,702 


$ c. 

2,652.01 

805 . 88 
2,188.99 


$ c. 

3,149.52 
1,163.93 
3,102.75 


$ c. 

26,279.64 
8,558.17 

16,186.02 
1,544.43 
3,496.66 


$ c. 

101,984.90 

44,999.76 

51,077.49 

6,381.69 

14,066.89 


$ c. 

96,806.75 
20,331.08 
19,954.62 


$ c. 

100,945.88 

47,278.37 

163,372.87 


$ c. 

77,958.80 
17,696.22 
12,611.58 
10,544.38 
16,963.91 


$ c 

9,569.87 

5,588.05 

4,189.08 

654 . 63 


297.55 


445 . 00 


10,455.21 

484.87 

2,642.34 


15,232.73 

80.15 

3,570.45 


1,520.00 


127.92 


174.46 


415.73 


3,009.80 


670.47 


1,032.45 


6,072.35 


8,035.66 


56,480.65 


221,520.53 


150,674.87 


330,480.45 


136,445.36 


22,554.08 


5,004.78 


6,422.73 


43,522.12 

1,348.24 

38.90 

904.25 
175.29 
735.90 


140,171.03 

6,644.14 

560.49 

6,588.88 

560.22 

1,722.70 

1,752.06 

2,518.22 
181.36 

4,579.86 

12,217.19 

765.05 

2,944.41 

2,347.20 

4,569.13 


106,849.50 


205,726.95 

2,743.29 
21.88 

6,493.97 
1,072.47 
1,645.41 


68,995.14 
112.62 


14,476.06 






3,164.21 

382.56 

1,443.20 






5.42 


4,169.41 

1,258.16 

542.93 


1,951.97 




34.54 


.50 


154.08 


83.76 


75.74 


89.93 


818.32 

3.80 

1,266.36 

1,652.33 

924.15 

611.53 

1,387.20 

2,311.98 


1,851.46 


2,996.44 


2,348.86 


186.62 

138.75 


566.09 




6,266.63 
6,072.48 
1,993.15 
1,377.00 
7,573.07 

5,446.05 


4,315.67 

10,210.82 

8,468.81 

3,717.74 

12,630.13 

17,202.87 


4,863.55 
7,077.86 
2,430.26 
2,299.08 
13,066.03 

11,291.12 


611.58 


42.75 
53.20 


461.47 


569.05 
122.63 






206 71 


227.91 
184.92 


174.91 
327.18 


1,300.46 

445 . 75 


6,155.89 


7,635.72 


55,700.37 


195,006.74 


142,419.31 


277,246.45 


118,455.02 


20,127.88 




399 . 94 


780.28 


26,513.79 


8,255.56 


53,234.00 


17,990.34 


2,426.20 


83.54 


287.00 


299.00 


3,704.00 


11,274.00 


5,126.00 


15,700.00 


9,164.00 


604.00 




100.94 




15,239.79 


3,129.56 


37,534.00 


8,826.34 


1,822.20 


370.54 


2,923.72 
















131 

33 

3 


102 

25 
6 


1,008 

187 

37 


4,126 
642 
106 


2,802 
236 

37 


4,476 

609 

85 


3,904 

323 

33 


496 

120 

12 


167 


133 


1,232 


4,874 


3,075 


5,170 


4,260 


628 



32S 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Simcoe 
4,675 


Springfield 
393 


Stamford 
Twp. 
6,790 


Stouffville 
1,053 


Stratford 


Population 


18,671 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

15,546.85 

20,486.28 

18,600.51 

1,792.27 

3,094.67 

468.55 


$ c. 

1,617.62 

819.46 

3,320.70 


$ c. 

51,366.64 
7,920.05 
3,851.46 
2,027.13 
7,009.56 


$ c. 

6,075.07 

2,725.49 

' 1,283.84 


$ c. 

141,864.86 

48,151.46 

53,749.33 

9,158.07 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


Street lighting 


550.00 


1,694.00 


15,907.55 
56.08 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


188.86 


884.57 


337.95 


9,183.47 






Total earnings 


60,799.13 


6,496.64 


73,059.41 


12,116.35 


278,070.82 






Expenses 


36,192.76 


4,001.67 


31,950.41 
372.92 


6,141.20 


201,918.49 


Substation operation 


4,603.10 


Substation maintenance 


219.37 

3,742.79 
185.58 
775.91 






1,266.83 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


44.63 


3,937.36 
45.50 

278.32 


789.83 


6,410.58 


Line transformer maintenance 


456.79 


Meter maintenance 






2,085.99 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


674.68 


49.33 


1,119.51 
1,346.38 
3,530.35 
4,293.96 
1,103.84 
1,654.76 
8,137.34 

7,558.68 


148.48 


2,556.26 


Promotion of business . 




Billing and collecting 


1,494.85 
1,366.93 
1,004.47 
465.07 
3,334.37 

2,200.58 


309.28 

115.63 

28.63 


4,994.94 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


486.78 


8,243.03 
4,057.32 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 




1,715.62 


263.46 
143.73 


672.24 
1,288.34 


21,775.00 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


10,022.36 






Total expenses 


51,657.36 


4,956.36 


65,329.33 


9,526.87 


270,106.31 






Gross surplus 


9,141.77 


1,540.28 


7,730.08 


2,589.48 


7,964.51 






Depreciation 


2,709.00 


291.00 


5,168.00 


461.00 


10,136.00 






Net surplus 


6,432.77 


1,249.28 


2,562.08 


2,128.48 




Net loss 


2,171.49 














Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 

Power service 


903 
280 

38 


92 
34 

4 


1,550 

100 

12 


301 

82 
5 


4,296 

627 
141 






Total 


1,221 


130 


1,662 


388 


5,064 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Strathroy 

2,737 


Sutton 

833 


Tavistock 
965 


Tecumseh 
2,260 


Thames- 

• ford 

P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
886 


Thedford 

535 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


$ c. 

18,735.50 

10,054.50 

8,556.75 

1,427.53 

3,819.96 

909 . 67 


$ c. 

6,810.04 
2,999.25 

1,472.12 


$ c. 

6,679.85 
2,131.78 
7,888.63 
465.79 
1,180.30 


$ c. 

15,159.54 
3,747.23 
3,574.53 


$ c. 

2,263.52 
1,412.84 
3,134.71 


$ c. 

4,461.28 
3,532.94 
1,862.74 


$ c. 

2,643.90 

1,463.88 

720.71 


$ c. 

1,370.46 

1,071.09 

718.06 


1,823.50 


1,089.00 


517.00 


1,059.00 


1,035.00 


372.00 


1,209.72 




175.89 




302.05 


275.74 


256.00 












44,713.63 


13,104.91 


18,522.24 


23,570.30 


7,630.12 


11,191.70 


6,119.49 


3,531.61 


27,960.55 
216.10 


8,253.24 


14,972.33 


12,053.49 


5,171.75 


7,222.74 


3,625.58 


2,902.91 


245.21 
















806.33 
91.60 


916.59 


565.08 
14.10 

53.22 


2,132.08 
130.64 

1,326.55 
313.83 

330.99 


178.84 
27.05 


696.51 


225.17 


97.76 


259.99 






















476.26 


' 175.46 


39.77 


73.13 


139.80 


37.86 


37.87 


898.11 




310.83 

228.00 

96.44 


1,519.15 
403.43 
654.94 


209.50 
39.61 
26.88 


291.29 
372.07 

58.75 


34.30 

213.77 


71 51 


2,189.20 
858.11 


593.46 


1.98 

15 11 


224.19 








1,158.88 
1,720.55 


1,151.09 
146.79 


220.03 
170.29 


1,535.23 
1,088.57 


125.66 
176.23 


344.31 
487.69 


724.42 
714.92 


83.89 
74.50 


37,105.08 


11,236.63 


16,670.09 


21,488.90 


6,028.65 


9,613.16 


5,576.02 


3,285.53 


7,608.55 


1,868.28 


1,852.15 


2,081.40 


1,601.47 


1,578.54 


543.47 


246.08 


2,823.00 


705 . 00 


680.00 


1,351.00 


388.00 


634.00 


303.00 


202.00 


4,785.55 


1,163.28 


1,172.15 


730.40 


1,213.47 


944 . 54 


240.47 


44.08 


















786 

179 

26 


363 
73 

5 


252 
73 

5 


483 

53 

3 


117 

36 

8 


212 
82 

7 


128 
41 

2 


68 

28 
1 


991 


441 


330 


539 


161 


301 


171 


97 



330 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population. . 



Thorold 
5,037 



Tilbury 
1,886 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,166 



Toronto 
585.628 



Toronto 
Twp. 
8,047 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service.. 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



20,101.69 
6,368.17 

28,178.20 
3,153.41 
3,393.50 



6,313.64 

6,289.01 

10,741.43 

360.76 

1,549.62 



171.21 



507.39 



13,795.78 

11,772.71 

10,123.94 

1,007.71 

2,560.48 

248.41 

1,533.94 



3,408,578. 
2,968,306.66 
3,441,355.27 
1,593,703.76 
507,020.12 



50,586.57 

14,080.39 

4,847.96 



332,696.06 



4,641.89 
"413^96 



Total earnings 



61,366.1; 



25,761.85 



41,042.97 



12,251,660.85 



74,570.77 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



42,447.19 

'2,409 '56 

3,493.73 

11.48 

268.28 



17,101.25 



23,746.60 
1,075.75 



1,825.64 
67.96 
18.68 



2,984.94 
78.45 
25.32 



351.87 



109.34 



279.30 



776.33 
733.97 
432.41 
367.38 
108.95 

570.39 



331.86 
383.30 
215.76 



778.81 
296.91 



818.41 

3,763.36 

1,401.49 

400.88 

799.02 

1,341.75 



6,115,392.91 
249,364.82 
242,853.64 

412,026.81 

49,412.04 

114,151.76 

274,538.25 

144,783.37 
198,708.97 
338,800.13 
326,848.25 
206,385.59 



37,777.13 



2,357.47 

36.08 

1,255.69 



831.82 



1,340,131.91 
1,035,329.87 



3,006.22 
4,146.73 
1,761.67 
1,400.07 
3,418.48 

3,640.53 



Total expenses 



51,971.54 



21,129.51 



36,715.27 



11,048,728.32 



59,631.89 



Gross surplus. 
Gross loss. . . . 
Depreciation . 
Net surplus. . 
Net loss 



9,394.64 



4,632.34 



4,327.70 



1,202,932.53 



14,938.88 



2,552.00 



953.00 



2,723.00 



708,187.08 



6,913.00 



6.842.64 



3.679.34 



1,604.70 



494.745.45 



8.025.88 



Number of Consumers 



Domes ic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



1,166 

180 

14 



414 

134 

16 



832 

206 

30 



147,706 

26,546 

5,251 



1,667 

147 

19 



Total 



1,360 



564 



1,068 



179,503 



1.833 



*This includes York Twp. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



331 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Zone No. 1 

3,732 


Trafalgar 

Twp., Zone 

No. 2 


W r alker- 

ville 

10,671 


Wallace- 
burg 
4,360 


Wards- 
. ville 
214 


Water- 
down 
874 


Waterford 
1,097 


Waterloo 
7,782 


$ c. 

13,047.09 

573.25 

1,006.29 


$ c. 

4,293.08 
454.45 


$ c. 

107,115.09 

34,795.69 

177,559.60 


$ c. 

17,359.71 
9,663.97 

47,736.54 
1,638.59 
2,975.00 


$ c. 

990 . 23 
1,187.44 


$ c. 

5,229.77 
838.64 

1,980.80 
233.47 
930.00 


$ c. 

7,050.32 
1,888.41 
4,031.12 

282.20 

1,608.00 

2.68 

364.48 


$ c. 

54,979.67 
21,987.94 
28 005 80 






3,439.47 






14,893.57 


700.00 


7,227.14 






831.08 


28.49 


76.94 


15,827.51 


2,009.47 


59.25 


178.43 


73.19 


14,655.12 


4,824.47 


350,191.46 


81,383.28 


2,936.92 


9,391.11 


15,227.21 


116,544.29 


6,830.00 


2,296.00 


227,776.98 
6,264.79 
2,009.94 

5,368.20 
1,320.15 
3,272.66 
3,874.76 

2,835.05 
2,452.80 
10,304.00 
15,125.66 
10,169.83 
1,926.62 
12,108.39 


58,415.96 
172.35 


1,708.78 


6,435.17 


11,838.87 


77,058.43 
2,503.51 












671.47 


2,538.86 


298.53 


2,758.01 

57.65 

333.02 


83.91 


360.00 


350.40 


4,367.66 
97.00 


187 33 


10.65 




147.10 


3.73 


599.34 












366.14 
128.99 
2,284.04 
2,531.86 
2,601.52 
966.68 
3,155.12 

2,322.52 


79.70 


92.81 


157.08 


1,333.74 














607.51 

292.05 

46.77 


475.00 

573.87 
29.35 


2,414.46 


1,383.10 
158 09 


655.28 
83.51 


181.62 


5,417.34 
890 02 


361.34 




1,283.43 


902 . 83 


550.00 


337.66 
346.61 


82.12 
450.68 




3,634.60 






4,219.05 














317,825.07 


76,093.86 


2,738.28 


8,514.21 


13,428.30 


104,490.05 


1,502.68 


930.50 


32,366.39 


5,289.42 


198.64 


876.90 


1,798.91 


12,054.24 


952.00 


211.00 


15,494.00 


4,166.00 


200.00 


713.00 


850.00 


7,559.00 


550.68 


719.50 


16,872.39 


1,123.42 




163.90 


948.91 


4,495.24 




1.36 


















250 
2 




2,581 
354 
102 


989 
204 

24 


51 
26 


214 

27 

6 


309 
71 
11 


1,792 

233 

73 














3,037 


1,217 


77 


247 


391 


2,098 









"("Includes Zone No. 2. 



332 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Watford 
1,045 


Welland 
10,054 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 

777 




Population 


4,425 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,116.52 
3,321.00 
2,230.43 
316.89 
1,325.07 


$ c. 

52,347.87 
31,576.59 
59,664.36 

4,034.59 

11,209.04 

761.29 

8,165.53 


$ c. 

2,668.92 

837.36 

2,371.72 


$ c. 

3,475.85 

1,853.39 

.7,647.25 


$ c. 

35,306.90 
8,966.48 

49,027.92 
1,559.71 
7,549.75 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 


720.00 


1,010.04 


Miscellaneous 


159.94 


14.94 


59.80 


451.33 


Total earnings 


13,469.85 


167,759.27 


6,612.94 


14,046.33 


102,862.09 


Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


8,419.22 


83,452.12 

5,138.01 

190.52 

7,632.31 

436.34 

3,356.38 


4,806.19 


11,330.88 


74,946.37 
146.00 


Substation maintenance 








402.98 


Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


788.90 


40.69 


79.49 


2,673.33 
77.90 


Meter maintenance 


217.80 






665.76 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business. . 


87.59 

6.57 

503 . 54 

425.33 

56.67 
150.96 
229.91 

606 . 88 


1,408.19 


114.19 


97.10 


1,767.99 


Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


4,171.02 
7,522.91 
2,293.11 
2,043.04 
13,869.52 

8,450.01 




840.84 
94.06 
77.31 




407.62 
56.51 


4,392.22 
768.97 
700.05 


219.68 
434.87 


422.50 
215.84 


2,798.76 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,577.73 


Total expenses 


11,493.37 


139,963.48 


6,079.75 


13,158.02 


91,918.06 






Gross surplus 


1,976.48 


27,795.79 


533.19 


888.31 


10,944.03 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


641.00 


10,486.53 


267.00 


566.00 


4,377.00 






Net surplus 

Net loss . . 


1,335.48 


17,309.26 


266.19 


322.31 


6,567.03 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


272 
81 

5 


2,212 

427 

81 


120 
34 

4 


191 
54 

5 


1,149 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


180 

27 


Total 


358 


2,720 


158 


250 


1,356 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



' 'B"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Wheat ley 
698 


Windsor 
68,569 


Wood- 
bridge 

727 


Wood- 
stock 
10,687 


Wyoming 
472 


York 
Twp.* 

55,187 


E. York 
Twp. 
27,408 


N. York 
Twp. 
10,332 


$ c. 

4,339.02 

2,751.71 

1,318.56 

268.64 


$ c. 

531,544.87 

274,997.73 

219,890.40 

20,073.26 

85,266.83 


$ c. 

5,219.93 

1,541.30 

3,670.64 

360.22 

810.00 


$ c. 

78,764.88 

39,725.09 

51,665.95 

3,369.93 

7,171.44 


$ c. 

2,224.35 

1,386.73 

102.20 


$ c. 

396,807.16 
45,961.46 
92,413.21 


$ c. 

146,962.27 

16,778.12 

43,776.25 

3,745.08 

18,328.94 


$ c. 

74,114.72 

11,492.35 

13,170.11 

3,132.21 


1,830.42 


750.00 


55,866.11 


4,043.30 






175.17 


2,427.40 


14.03 


15,590.54 


577.05 


2,753.87 








10,508.35 


1,131,773.09 


11,777.26 


183,124.69 


4,477.31 


606,638.48 


230,167.71 


108,706.56 


5,844.42 


658,247.05 
16,682.98 
10,422.19 

27,166.19 
5,021.17 
9,168.52 

16,050.97 

29,643.24 
7,750.03 
35,398.30 
21,483.85 
29,775.95 
10,219.64 
73,864.74 

77,582.99 


8,459.12 


121,232.73 

2,513.25 

339.61 

4,567.59 


2,875.16 


226,436.19 
19,213.61 


128,421.43 


49,841.20 








126.16 


388.26 


244.21 


187.87 


13,520.16 
4,038.33 
7,959.51 

19,124.49 

8,351.94 

4,226.24 

30,220.53 

23,766.00 

22,393.77 


8,456.23 

1,601.69 

2,808.54 

881.00 

1,923.04 

78.00 

11,471.00 

10,224.73 

3,779.98 

3,879.93 

15,484.01 

12,278.92 


9,190.13 

589 83 


11.85 


384.13 


1,670.30 




1,504.34 








237.37 


129.62 


2,671.34 
38.99 
3,394.63 
4,408.57 
3,658.36 
991.93 
2,352.45 

2,535.31 


36.73 

"130*44 
196.42 


1,615.09 
21 94 


307 . 70 

73.38 
37.12 


"633 '27 


4,727.34 
4,195.36 
2,697 78 








3,632 09 


567.67 
514.08 


566.90 
248.32 


266.66 

628.60 


127,882.62 
18,616.91 


14,440.00 
8,930.14 


7,981.85 


1,028,477.81 


10,665.57 


150,375.06 


4,321.88 


525,750.30 


201,288.50 


101,511.40 


2,526.50 


103,295.28 


1,111.69 


32,749.63 


155.43 


80,888.18 


28,879.21 


7,195.16 


493.00 


58,200.00 


713.00 


10,247.00 


330.00 


16,145.00 


10,291.00 


8,302.00 


2,033.50 


45,095.28 


398.69 


22,502.63 




64,743.18 


18,588.21 






174.57 


1,106.84 
















184 


14,787 

2,398 

363 


232 

47 
7 


2,787 

454 

91 


120 
47 

1 




8,124 
360 

35 


2,216 


62 
4 




190 
30 








250 


17,548 


286 


3,332 


168 




8,519 


2,436 









*For year ending December 31, 1929. Included in Toronto figures. Not added in summary. 



334 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Alliston 
1,342 


Arthur 
952 


Barrie 


Population 


7,311 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,015.06 

1,987.73 


$ c. 

8,649,883.83 
4,980,498.39 
7,395,319.29 
1,942,420.06 
1,337,604.96 
18,667.07 
506,775.11 


$ c. 

8,934.35 
4,830.33 
2,464.33 
632.38 
2,051.98 


$ c. 

4,109.62 

3,610.75 

• 1,550.34 

1,765.02 


$ c. 
41,410 23 


Commercial light service 


23 358 23 


Commercial power service 


12 001 51 


Municipal power 




912 91 


Street lighting 


693.00 


5,123.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


127.90 


265.95 


15.34 


979 17 






Total earnings 


5,823.69 


24,831,168.71 


19,179.32 


11,051.07 


83,785.05 




Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


5,012.15 


14,120,032.41 
402,517.94 
301,516.37 

798,332.92 

87,710.73 

226,640.57 

313,804.44 

298,092.13 
234,916.78 
632,961.62 
731,533.39 
415,589.01 
87,059.51 
1,979,227.03 

1,643,661.24 


10,426.16 


7,633.82 


62,717.60 


Substation maintenance 








194.78 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


130.93 


1,417.26 


525.73 


4,328.27 


Line transformer maintenance . . 


86.58 










602.00 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


71.03 


193.42 


101.26 


1,696.33 














1,826.16 


General office, salaries and expenses 


220.82 


896.66 


432.25 


1,777.60 
1,075.64 










754.57 


Interest 


242.25 
148.75 


1,991.77 
1,156.20 


1,192.73 
606.98 


919.51 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,459.52 






Total expenses 


5,825.93 


22,273,596.09 


16,081.47 


10,492.77 


77,438.56 










2,557,572.62 


3,097.85 


558.30 


6,346.49 


Gross loss 


2.24 
339.00 




Depreciation 


1,342,130.60 


1,185.00 


347.00 


5,960.00 






Net surplus 




1,215,442.02 


1,912.85 


211.30 


386.49 


Net loss 


341.24 














Number of Consumers 


118 
49 


348,964 
56,371 
10,403 


344 

108 

14 


170 

86 

4 


1,824 




336 




35 








Total 


167 


415,738 


466 


260 


2,195 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Beaverton 
970 


Beeton 
560 


Bradford 
884 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Cannington 

' 878 


Chatsworth 
257 


Chesley 
1,772 


Coldwater 
615 


$ c. 

7,534.99 

2,453.43 
2,415.27 


$ c. 

3,601.08 
2,530.27 
3,599.98 


$ c. 

4,943.67 
3,274.98 
4,177.57 
42.98 
1,206.00 


$ c. 

963.33 
994 . 69 
907.72 


$ c. 

4,684.07 

2,183.76 

770.52 


$ c. 

1,230.50 

1,428.43 

420.48 


$ c. 

7,895.91 
3,936.88 
9,176.01 
859.46 
1,594.84 


$ c. 

2,562.80 
1,528.98 

5,258.57 


1,012.34 


1,326.00 
11.43 
24.99 


450.00 


954.00 

57.25 
256.45 


451.00 


571.00 


235.42 


185.51 


150.00 


63.83 


751.36 


334.42 


13,651.45 


11,093.75 


13,830.71 


3,465.74 


8,906.05 


3,594.24 


24,214.46 


10,255.77 


8,516.73 


7,435.84 


8,680.51 


2,650.86 


5,519.45 


1,996.80 


17,575.32 


8,116.83 


















1,105.48 
11.70 


97.09 


405 . 63 


338.95 


698.69 


95.82 


862.56 


500.86 


































179.75 


74.16 


110.48 


82.69 


36.38 




154.57 


81.27 




















381.15 
667.48 




639.56 


431.89 


817.82 


114.53 


535.80 


330.48 


408.12 














93.15 
697.40 

1,639.67 




513.21 

528.55 


658.65 
386.15 


1,310.80 
699 . 74 


227.27 
84.00 


606.32 
515.90 


295.18 
203.16 


194.05 
287.61 


11,494.98 


9,083.78 


12,024.98 


3,498.30 


7,912.54 


2,921.44 


22,071.30 


9,588.74 


2,156.47 


2,009.97 


1,805.73 




993.51 


672.80 


2,143.16 


667 03 




32.56 
123.00 




1,070.00 


515.00 


745.00 


567.00 


223.00 


1,070.00 


216.00 


1,086.47 


1,494.97 


1,060.73 


155.56 


426.51 


449.80 


1,073.16 


451.03 
















380 
58 
10 


121 

35 

6 


195 
62 

8 


39 

26 

4 


234 
66 
11 


58 

32 

1 


413 

102 

20 


129 

57 






448 


162 


265 


69 


311 


91 


535 


186 



336 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Colling- 
wood 
6,126 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


Creemore 
610 


Dundalk 
594 




Population 


1,722 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

25,300.98 

10,857.35 

26,680.36 

1,329.36 

3,354.66 


$ c. 

2,107.44 

1,452.24 

330.44 


$ c. 

2,293.11 
1,753.75 
1,338.05 


$ c. 

2,510.21 
2,208.63 
2,148.21 


$ c. 

5,415.39 

4,033.69 

11,075.48 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


952.00 


590.00 


780.00 


1,759 60 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


2,296.35 


42.13 


232.64 


249.89 


1,024.97 




Total earnings 


69,819.06 


4,884.25 


6,207.55 


7,896.94 


23,309 13 






Expenses 


62,183.90 

39.00 

531.92 

1,589.06 

24.87 

714.63 


2,581.71 


5,253.81 


5,405.42 


15,815.48 


Substation operation 












Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenace 


66.23 


220.85 


1,039.31 


1,071.11 






















Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


237.18 


23.36 


61.29 


155.90 


84.32 


Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


2,844.38 

2,991.64 

702.07 

222.03 

350.04 

2,274.84 










437.12 


259.22 


594.67 


1,992.42 
308.60 








239.08 


578.47 
692.47 


147.03 
423.47 


129.62 
303.48 


596.99 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,032.09 


Total expenses 


74,705.56 


4,379.36 


6,365.67 


7,628.40 


22,140.09 


Gross surplus 




504.89 


158.12 
342.00 


268.54 


1,169.04 


Gross loss 


4,886.50 
1,361.00 




Depreciation 


437.00 


379.00 


1,010.00 






Net surplus . 




67.89 






159.04 


Net loss 


6,247.50 


500.12 


110.46 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,384 

260 

56 


96 

36 

3 


152 

55 
5 


160 

72 
3 


387 


Commercial light service 


99 


Power service 


10 






Total 


1,700 


135 


212 


235 


496 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
454 


Grand 

Valley 

583 


Graven - 

' hurst 

1,776 


Hanover 
2,626 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,608 


$ c. 

2,446.83 

1,654.62 

3,601.13 

137.76 


$ c. 

1,002.07 

514.80 

1,302.12 


$ c. 

2,458.16 

1,739.56 

366.39 


$ c. 

2,842.89 
2,120.89 
1,707.70 


$ c. 

7,952.73 
5,432.12 
7,166.94 
678.51 
2,172.00 


$ c. 

18,205.31 
6,235.60 

19,486.96 

216.95 

3,472.41 


$ c. 

1,148.10 
595.67 
307.72 


$ c. 

10,269.10 
6,777.95 

14,069.01 
1,126.67 


652.64 


483.00 


545.00 


832.00 


490.00 


2,396.00 
710.96 


115 40 


51.98 


43.75 


312.26 


785.77 


1,680.45 




347 . 80 








8,608.38 


3,353.97 


5,152.86 


7,815.74 


24,188.07 


49,297.68 


2,541.49 


35,697.49 


6,053.48 


2,125.45 


3,158.80 


5,335.48 


11,258.35 


34,523.61 


1,519.79 


23,350.56 


















994.66 


38.42 


255.87 


255.99 


2,307.34 


2,831.92 
200 . 14 
189.46 


44.20 


3,820.66 






























40.39 


13.06 


21.84 


56.18 


270.70 


213.80 


22.44 


69.05 












1,144.94 
362.65 
798.08 
131.24 

3,306.21 

4,348.45 






265.00 


176.31 


423.73 


624.06 


1,898.05 


165.34 


1,667.16 
















213.87 
241.49 


252.83 
381.28 


431.46 

227.21 


323.51 
637.81 


997.04 
2,912.23 


207.85 
182.07 


400.37 
1,549.86 


7,808.89 


2,987.35 


4,518.91 


7,233.03 


19,643.71 


48,050.50 


2,141.69 


30,857.66 


799.49 


366.62 


633.95 


582.71 


4,544.36 


1,247.18 


399.80 


4,839.83 


198.00 


213.00 


279.40 


465.00 


1,399.00 


2,910.00 


100.00 


928.00 


601.49 


153.62 


354.55 


117.71 


3,145.36 


1,662.82 


299.80 


3,911.83 
















134 
55 
10 


55 

20 

1 


126 

45 

2 


135 
50 

2 


408 
89 
10 


690 

111 

19 


50 
17 

1 


569 
95 
10 


199 


76 


173 


187 


507 


820 


68 


674 



338 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Kincardine 
2,352 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,147 


Markdale 
798 


Meaford 
2,729 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

14,053.52 
6,927.47 
7,771.97 
1,559.07 
3,729.60 
264.61 
217.18 


$ c. 

803.38 
876.77 
285.48 


$ c. 

6,507.52 
3,252.83 
4,049.51 


$ c. 

3,164.88 
2,500.44 

910.58 
81.00 

672.00 


$ c 
11,304.03 




6 041 26 


Commercial power service 


4,422.74 


Municipal power 


777.30 


Street lighting 


460.00 


1,656.25 


3,166.90 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 




163.03 


189.68 


847.73 






Total earnings 


34,523.42 


2,425.63 


15,629.14 


7,518.58 


26,559 96 






Expenses 


21,182.67 


1,530.01 


11,459.98 


4,756.54 


14,199 27 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,818.95 


157.55 


274.69 


161.09 


1,295.83 


Line transformer maintenance 


50.75 


Meter maintenance 










212.55 


Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


206.27 


48.26 


22.44 


31.51 


234.76 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


914.38 
1,080.03 








823.99 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


25.78 


906.00 


579.21 


1,986.74 
191.93 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


190.07 

2,493.53 

2,671.48 








171.60 


300.34 

275.55 


867.07 

814.42 


396.50 

257.34 


2,237.55 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,570.38 






Total expenses 


30,557.38 


2,337.49 


14,344.60 


6,182.19 


23,975.35 






Gross surplus 


3,966.04 


88.14 


1,284.54 


1,336.39 


2,584.61 






Depreciation 


1,741.00 


185.00 


630.00 


542.00 


1,201.00 






Net surplus 


2,225.04 




654.54 


794.39 


1,383.61 




96.86 














Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


542 

117 

19 


26 
19 

1 


256 

84 

3 


187 

80 

9 


628 
131 


Power service 


16 






Total 


678 


46 


343 


276 


775 







93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



4 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Midland 
7,826 


Mount 
Forest 
1,823 


Neustadt 
431 


Orangeville 
2,721 


Owen 

' Sound 

12,304 


Paisley 
700 


Penetang- 

uishene 

3,615 


Port 

McNicoll 

831 


$ c. 

34,006.94 

13,606.04 

72,377.44 

3 002 76 


$ c. 

6,918.18 
5,373.71 
4,314.44 
1,297.95 
2,358.00 


$ c. 

2,198.11 

1,321.60 

95.65 


$ c. 

12,265.53 
9,307.20 
7,160.66 
1,511.59 
3,977.24 


$ c. 

54,009.53 
33,237.98 
37,354.27 


$ c. 

3,603.90 
2,585.66 
1,269.65 


$ c. 

9,038.18 

3,826.82 

10,113.11 

1,748.75 
1,880.00 


$ c. 

2,848.72 

544.20 

71.28 


6,113.34 


975.00 


10,917.25 
375.62 
834.48 


1,408.00 


506.00 


1,306 82 


594.68 




79.72 


141.53 


333.48 


3 87 








130,413.34 


20,856.96 


4,590.36 


34,301.94 


136,729.13 


9,008.74 


26,940.34 


3,974.07 


92,665.23 
1,980 00 


13,168.15 


3,213.30 


19,747.84 


95,784.90 
2,932.40 


6,690.51 


19,316.16 

965.51 

18.65 

2,193.65 

198.08 

34.66 


2,846.03 


531.84 










4,142.26 
451.04 


1,782.18 


59.85 


1,879.91 


5,150.56 

388.14 

2,064.27 


240.00 


146.49 


1,745.90 


















35.27 
312.28 






578.50 
228.62 


269.98 


29.86 


2,902.33 


123.77 


155.22 


24.74 


2,399.40 






975.68 
200.02 


3,577.67 
6,473.32 
3,008.51 
1,405.74 
1,264.80 

671.74 




924.76 
518.56 
321.77 
155.13 
1,179.77 

1,715.54 




2,125.97 
2,141 .19 


1,173.51 


335.13 


502.05 


407.35 


398.63 












2,849.46 
5,277.69 


817.35 
1,183.42 


940.14 
844.55 


996.40 
2,033.75 


718.22 
632.71 


241.27 
405.33 


117,515.73 


18,394.59 


5,422.83 


26,181.15 


125,624.38 


8,907.26 


27,697.46 


4,071.21 


12,897.61 


2,462.37 


832.47 
528.00 


8,120.79 


11,104.75 


101.48 








757.12 
944.00 


97 14 


8,383.00 


1,170.00 


1,596.00 


6,206.00 


424.00 


341.00 


4,514.61 


1,292.37 


1,360.47 


6,524.79 


4,898.75 










322.52 


1,701.12 


438 14 












1,550 

249 

62 


422 

196 

12 


94 

27 
2 


631 
157 

27 


3,014 
567 
122 


173 

61 

4 


545 

100 

26 


161 

22 
1 


1,861 


630 


123 


815 


3,703 


238 


671 


184 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 
Perry 
1,185 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
423 


Shelburne 
1,135 


Stayner 
968 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,903.89 
1,699.60 
4,279.96 
445.32 
1,397.17 


$ c. 

596.42 
323.71 


$ c. 

2,771.35 
2,194.46 


$ c. 

5,633.22 

3,654.14 

- 1,078.32 

523.61 

1,049.56 


$ c. 
3,788.69 


Commercial light service 


2,527.82 
2,741 96 












Street lighting 


560.00 


1,349.00 


1,117.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


496.57 




83.36 


283.63 


377.23 






Total earnings 


15,222.51 


1,480.13 


6,398.17 


12,222.48 


10,552.70 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


8,746.88 


1,072.02 


4,190.89 


7,672.05 


6,029.02 


Substation operation . 




Substation maintenance . 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


804.18 


1.50 


78.58 


513.30 


790.03 






























Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


196.80 


14.23 


26.20 


48.67 


23.40 














538.79 
76.38 




General office, salaries and expenses. 


834.98 


48.24 


424.70 


509.04 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


347.92 
1,063.26 

627.62 










393.07 
396.49 


709.40 
320.55 


488.03 
1,138.38 


315.60 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


911.43 






Total expenses 


12,621.64 


1,925.55 


5,750.32 


10,475.60 


8,578.52 






Gross surplus 


2,600.87 


445.42 
154.00 


647.85 


1,746.88 


1,974.18 






Depreciation 


743.00 


362.00 


800.00 


682.00 






Net surplus 


1,857.87 


599.42 


285.85 


946.88 


1,292.18 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


276 
72 
13 


30 
9 


108 
46 


287 

91 

9 


221 


Commercial light service 


74 




11 










Total 


361 


39 


154 


387 


306 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
441 


Teeswater 
817 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

545 


Uxbridge 
1,425 


Victoria 

Harbor 

1,104 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


$ c. 

1,974.68 

1,713.52 

93.47 


$ c. 

2,955.63 
1,777.69 
1,221.47 


$ c. 

4,637.86 
2,632.34 
1,073.57 


$ c. 

1,246.97 
666.18 
332.56 


'$ c. 

2,917.70 
2,419.66 
1,112.85 
201.37 
1,225.08 


$ c. 

7,385.94 
3,506.17 
1,278.03 


$ c. 

2,531.03 

942.92 

45.25 

107.18 

702.00 


$ c. 

1,933.71 

529.47 

197.79 

86.57 


594.00 


1,675.00 


1,700.00 


840.00 


1,541.00 


328.00 


42.25 




177.27 


6.71 




436.17 


8.66 


4.07 










4,417.92 


7,629.79 


10,221.04 


3,092.42 


7,876.66 


14,147.31 


4,337.04 


3,079.61 


2,877.83 


3,479.43 


5,307.19 


1,737.75 


5,372.01 


9,077.35 


2,826.05 


1,617.33 


















199.82 


301.36 


223.75 


47.45 


465.27 


573.12 


255.87 


202.50 


































64.40 


39.07 


45.51 


13.31 


4.95 


158.15 


126.18 


24.48 


















313.32 


424.12 


631.86 


105.59 


199.52 


943.32 


366.01 


372.90 


















239.70 
270.15 


565.88 
802.91 


1,063.28 
937.79 


485.89 
356.80 


528.93 
329.07 


926.17 
817.51 


149.45 
394.48 


90.03 
215.12 


3,965.22 


5,612.77 


8,209.38 


2,746.79 


6,899.75 


12,495.62 


4,118.04 


2,522.36 


452.70 


2,017.02 


2,011.66 


345.63 


976.91 


1,651.69 


219.00 


557.25 


236.00 


464.00 


565.00 


272.00 


359.00 


578.00 


362.00 


228.00 


216.70 


1,553.02 


1,446.66 


73.63 


617.91 


1,073.69 




329.25 




143.00 


















103 
39 

2 


118 
41 

5 


206 
60 

7 


51 

18 

2 


118 

52 

6 


320 
99 
13 


155 

27 
2 


118 

18 

4 


144 


164 


273 


71 


176 


432 


184 


140 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 


EASTERN 
SYSTEM 




Winder- 
mere* 
123 


Wingham 
2,362 


Woodville 
405 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 






2,300 




Earnings 


$ c. 

826.01 
447.40 


$ c. 

13,012.04 

7,839.83 

11,521.11 

325.80 

3,597.00 

428.25 

868.73 


$ c. 

1,950.65 
1,082.02 
1,051.68 


$ c. 

393,611.08 

218,866.51 

308,547.61 

-17,605.25 

91,150.38 

1,848.12 

19,472.59 


$ c. 

7,521.20 
4,350.80 
4,562.42 
1,780 18 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 






189.50 


482.00 


2,623.00 






1,250.00 


279.91 


199 46 






Total earnings 


2,712.91 


37,592.76 


4,846.26 


1,051,101.54 


21 037 06 






Expenses 


1,274.83 


19,298.58 
2,226.98 


2,641.78 


709,617.34 
8,143.89 
1,277.19 

51,492.95 

1,411.30 

5,563.47 

35.27 

9,935.71 

228.62 

17,024.41 

41,645.81 

9,035.74 

4,275.25 

42,330.19 

54,212.34 


13,369.21 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 


35.55 


2,478.14 


307.56 


1,895.10 


Line transformer maintenance 












Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 




205.93 


24.69 


328.47 








Billing and collecting 




673.11 
766.91 
487.95 
166.09 
2,955.78 

3,369.60 






General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


113.17 


292.52 


1,606.71 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 








Interest 


299.26 


211.88 
196.31 


1,769.12 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,348.59 








Total expenses 


1,722.81 


32,629.07 


3,674.74 


956,229.48 


21,317.20 








990.10 


4,963.69 


1,171.52 


94,872.06 




Gross loss 


280.14 




104.00 


2,416.00 


194.00 


54,452.40 


1,164.00 






\et surplus 


886.10 


2,547.69 


977.52 


40,419.66 




Net loss 


1,444.14 














Number of Consumers 


43 

7 


553 
161 

25 


100 
30 

3 


19,289 

4,626 

651 


310 


Commercial light service 


98 


Power service 


13 








Total 


50 


739 




24,566 


421 



'5 months' operation. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 

ONTARIO 



Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
602 


Belleville 
13,267 


Bloomfield 
540 


Brighton* 
•1,311 


Brockville 
9,191 


Cardinal* 
1,284 


Carleton 
Place 
4,293 


$ c. 

983.37 
723.72 
318.62 


$ c. 

4,359.11 

2,334.98 

122.26 


$ c. 

81,518.07 

57,241.65 

40,588.41 

9,681.98 

9,877.19 

882.65 

3,672.85 


$ c. 

2,970.96 

988.56 
2,470.44 


$ c. 

12,179.25 
6,638.60 
4,587.42 


$ c. 

36,776.61 

23,669.57 

36,535.87 

6,748.60 

8,781.00 


$ c. 

1,762.98 
694.16 
239.77 


$ c. 

18,611.03 
9,247.04 

19,665.06 
2,215.37 


458.40 


1,846.00 


826.00 


2,226.15 
201.90 


506.67 


3,411.13 






117.26 


6,544.72 




1,218.77 












2,484.11 


8,662.35 


203,462.80 


7,373.22 


25,833.32 


119,056.37 


3,203.58 


54,368.40 


1,529.57 


4,138.23 


105,851.38 


4,838.35 


10,193.04 


63,698.08 

5,394.16 

409.09 

3,546.38 

157.22 

2,146.13 


1,702.99 


29,487.17 














32.77 


49.04 


307.61 


3,594.43 
434.36 
803.58 
645.96 

1,328.03 


134.19 


2,616.43 

59.44 

177.81 

88.86 

220.81 


95.80 


2,416.78 
92.99 








137.85 


251.44 










55.42 


111.15 


65.90 


1,290.53 
75.90 
1,122.73 
5,816.08 
2,197.40 
790.22 
5,879.55 

8,614.00 


131.18 


404.67 






3,090.78 
7,799.48 
2,017.19 
1,282.78 
6,596.43 

6,000.00 




777.54 
3,129.90 
1,503.18 




1,455.08 


315.38 


301.21 


332.76 


336.69 


3,176.78 
434.31 










831.91 


278.11 
255.20 


1,004.80 
423.60 


450.33 
339.06 


1,583.59 
646.66 


500.00 


2,812.69 
2,023.22 








2,482.72 


6,286.60 


139,444.40 


6,160.59 


20,997.26 


101,137.47 


2,904.51 


43,419.81 


1.39 


2,375.75 


64,018.40 


1,212.63 


4,836.06 


17,918.90 


299.07 


10,948.59 


140.00 


368.00 


3,840.00 


390.00 


608.00 


6,569.00 


100.00 


1,684.00 




2,007.75 


60,178.40 


822.63 


4,228.06 


11,349.90 


199.07 


9,264.59 


138.61 


















38 
17 

1 


125 

42 

1 


3,028 

507 

93 


149 
24 
10 


406 

104 

10 


2,406 

425 

71 


245 

35 

2 


908 

182 

20 


56 


168 


3,628 


183 


520 


2,902 


282 


1,110 



*5 months' operation. 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 





Chester- 
ville 
965 


Finch 
377 


Havelock 
1,421 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,298 


Kingston 
21,616 






Earnings 


$ c. 

4,805.86 
2,239.60 
3,200.30 


$ c. 

2,111.18 

1,729.66 

912.48 


$ c. 

6,631.08 
1,888.80 
5,891.94 


$ c. 

6,382.04 
3,921.06 
4,400.85 


$ c. 

98,839.73 
71 238 20 


Commercial light service 




68,790.04 
8,017.20 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,032.00 
373.04 
448.91 


620.00 


1,620.00 


1,830.00 
551.83 
957.70 


20,000 00 










236.66 


3,200.53 










12,099.71 


5,373.32 


16,268.48 


18,043.48 


270,085.70 




Expenses 


8,982.77 


2,815.84 


10,536.75 


8,387.43 


105,665.49 
4,723.85 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










10,121.04 


Distribution system, operation and 


910.30 


141.40 


979.27 


1,835.05 


17,643.14 


Line transformer maintenance 


1,407.13 












4,577.52 












2,038.00 


Street lighting, operation and main- 


108.10 


58.99 


77.40 


195.00 


6,239.91 


Promotion of business 


187.35 


Billing and collecting 










6,799.09 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


708.01 


230.44 


391.34 


1,048.23 


9,780.06 
13,819.11 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 






146.33 

1,377.56 

1,490.81 


278.77 
1,313.58 

534.25 


3,637.33 


Interest 


185.42 
162.52 


431.96 
213.81 


11,402.59 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


11,010.45 






Total expenses 


11,057.12 


3,892.44 


14,999.46 


13,592.31 


209,052.06 






Gross surplus 


1,042.59 


1,480.88 


1,269.02 


4,451.17 


61,033.64 






Depreciation 


525.00 


215.00 


748.00 


763.00 


17,123.00 






Net surplus 


517.59 


1,265.88 


521.02 


3,688.17 


43,910.64 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 


212 

57 
3 


70 

34 

1 


279 

57 
3 


297 
82 

7 


5,374 


Commercial light service 


863 


Power service 


140 






Total 


272 


105 


339 


386 


6,377 







193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Lakefield 
1,423 


Lanark 
581 


Lancaster 
560 


Lindsay 
7,056 


.Madoc 
1,067 


Marmora 
1,023 


Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
746 


$ c. 

6,387.28 
4,774.91 
2,759.85 


$ c. 

2,427.34 

1,239.79 

120.69 


$ c. 

2,017.16 
2,284.94 
1,408.74 


$ c. 

40,094.36 

23,776.28 

27,171.64 

3,032.52 

8,052.50 

286.70 

2,000.00 


$ c. 

4,182.21 
2,968.35 
1,014.31 


$ c. 

3,458.11 

1,674.09 

117.02 


$ c. 

858.60 
869.79 


$ c. 

3,217.89 

2,076.38 

308.59 








1,872.00 


629.00 


1,495.00 


1,494.00 


1,566.00 


300.00 


1,792.06 


852.79 


120.03 




32.30 


183.29 


82.83 










16,646.83 


4,536.85 


7,205.84 


104,414.00 


9,691.17 


6,998.51 


2,111.22 


7,394.92 


7,474.43 


2,516.24 


4,336.92 


58,070.94 


7,482.15 


3,731.37 


1,209.30 


3,707.86 


















1,654.36 


55.40 


52.80 


4,322.23 
169.97 
994.33 
484.20 

1,725.49 
613.39 
2,621.00 
6,680.99 
1,966.32 
824.98 
6,050.48 

4,128.10 


420.23 


111.68 


67.45 


249.15 








57.74 




















67.12 


26.86 


67.79 


163.66 


48.70 


47.44 


174.41 
















626.73 


213.48 


338.81 


513.03 


496.44 


94.48 


384.69 
















2,053.57 
686.39 


420.16 
389.94 


661.63 
597.06 


131.46 
386.56 


798.62 
887.81 


247.53 

275.57 


601.70 
742.95 


12,562.60 


3,622.08 


6,055.01 


88,652.42 


9,154.83 


6,074.62 


1,941.77 


5,860.71 


4,084.23 


914.77 


1,150.83 


15,761.58 


536.34 


923.89 


169.45 


1,534.21 


931.00 


221.00 


244.00 


2,902.00 


305.00 


484.00 


117.00 


424.00 


3,153.23 


693.77 


906.83 


12,859.58 


231.34 


439.89 


52.45 


1,110.21 


















305 
80 

7 


124 

36 

2 


73 

41 

1 


1,825 

330 

71 


267 

98 

6 


188 

47 

2 


33 

25 


141 

48 

2 








392 


162 


115 


2,226 


371 


237 


58 


191 



346 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Napanee* 
2,990 


Norwood 
764 


Omemee 
481 


Oshawa 
24,194 


Ottawa 
122,731 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

32,531.36 

19,420.55 

20,195.09 

816.64 

5,434.21 

1,584.77 

3,746.49 


$ c. 

4,689.41 
2,546.90 
2,036.31 


$ c. 

2,486.29 

1,171.33 

294.13 


$ c. 

187,012.54 
64,912.07 

200,117.11 

7,202.69 

10,502.27 


$ c. 
325,443.96 


Commercial light service 


157,929.08 


Commercial power service 


65,998.63 


Municipal power 


32,390.79 


Street lighting 


1,569.00 


924.00 


69,450.10 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


244.04 




3,380.38 










Total earnings 


83,729.11 


11,085.66 


4,875.75 


473,127.06 


651,212.56 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


40,822.83 


4,779.84 


2,676.59 


330,466.76 


287,125.43 


Substation operation . 


20,014.05 


Substation maintenance . . . 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


5,415.39 

595.53 

1,449.36 

81.57 

844.21 
180.41 
1,615.01 
3,884.15 
4,043.75 
824.04 
4,449.04 

1,992.43 


693.99 


417.86 


9,457.27 

498.93 

6,253.50 

45.12 

858.18 


29,820.44 


Line transformer maintenance . 


499.94 


Meter maintenance 






9,236.15 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 








25.44 


114.76 


28,316.24 


Promotion of business 


9,240.62 


Billing and collecting 






10,258.55 

11,481.22 

3,461.71 

2,275.30 
13,860.48 

9,625.65 


39,263.77 


General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


444.00 


277.45 


20,125.00 
39,241.47 


168.40 
1,738.19 

861.59 






396.32 
638.37 


42,638.19 
20,244.52 






Total expenses 


66,197.72 


8,711.45 


4,521.35 


398,542.67 


545,765.82 






Gross surplus 


17,531.39 


2,374.21 


354.40 


74,584.39 


105,446.74 






Depreciation 


1,640.00 


904.00 


499.00 


7,303.00 


60,177.00 








15,891.39 


1,470.21 




67,281.39 


45,269.74 


Net loss 


144.60 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


749 

192 

32 


209 
65 

4 


127 

41 

6 


6,339 
513 
102 


11,889 


Commercial light service 


1,442 


Power service 


213 






Total 


973 


?78 


174 


6,954 


13,544 







15 months' operation. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



347 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



Perth 
3,698 


Peterboro' 
22,012 


Picton 
3,315 


Port Hope 
4,600 


Prescott 

.''2,757 


Richmond 
362 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths 
Falls 

7,178 


$ c. 

21,286.05 
13,803.67 
13,361.48 


$ c. 

108,772.60 
63,240.39 

100,788.12 

6,469.66 

18,960.54 


$ c. 

19,842.24 
10,821.77 
8,930.84 
2,335.46 
4,317.04 
1,665.76 
1,417.12 


$ c. 

36,132.37 

20,909.91 

31,334.86 

2,500.60 

6,702.45 


. $ c. 

15,035.58 

10,029.98 

3,884.00 

1,582.69 

3,425.00 


' $ c. 

1,561.11 
1,718.90 


$ c. 

2,533.07 
1,465.83 

285.79 


$ c. 

40,494.86 
15,433.50 
27,790.84 


2,106.38 




1,343.55 


2,094.46 
1,994.46 


600.00 


1,012.00 


6,812.94 
162.40 


1,069.07 


4,759.30 


108.08 


488.55 






1,908.15 










55,715.57 


302,990.61 


49,330.23 


97,688.27 


34,445.80 


3,880.01 


5,296.69 


93,946.24 


25,941.12 
371.68 


174,783.70 
6,111.10 
1,138.34 

8,976.35 
907.37 

5,195.27 
510.00 

3,813.89 


32,784.86 


54,203.19 


21,515.13 

1,580.36 

21.50 

2,315.54 


1,893.27 


3,482.36 


40,115.95 
1,601.00 












55.45 


1,855.95 
363.55 


1,939.63 
138.34 
175.35 

1,252.20 


3,105.49 

238.87 

1,063.07 

48.31 

414.28 


89.80 


157.86 


3,977.48 


139.43 


86.55 






613.31 










343.10 


568.44 


12.10 


179.04 


1,407.02 


1,380.38 


7,283.57 
6,801.20 
8,230.10 
4,216.80 
26,630.78 

14,263.54 


1,086.28 

3,294.43 

559.93 

421.32 

29.42 

509.26 


1,800.77 
5,637.00 
1,314.31 
653.51 
4,376.87 

3,000.00 




1,046.23 

2,104.60 

562.07 






2,838.47 


2,560.84 
663.80 


401.81 


269.26 


3,730.79 
1,347.77 


735.87 






649.89 


3,213.13 
1,527.38 


382.33 
320.81 


460.52 
187.30 


474.75 
355.29 


6,403.13 
10,349.88 


39,096.23 


268,862.01 


42,191.02 


75,855.67 


30,503.56 


3,044.80 


4,918.56 


73,090.14 


16,619.34 


34,128.60 


7,139.21 


21,832.60 


3,942.24 


835.21 


378.13 


20,856.10 


2,682.00 


14,109.00 


1,606.00 


2,080.00 


2,357.00 


162.00 


247.00 


5,225.00 


13,937.34 


20,019.60 


5,533.21 


19,752.60 


1,585.24 


673.21 


131.13 


15,631.10 


















854 
187 

27 


5,160 
747 
157 


964 
191 

55 


1,191 

188 

56 


649 
170 

21 


44 

23 


103 

33 

1 


1,666 

272 
45 








1,068 


6,064 


1,210 


1,435 


840 


67 


137 


1,983 



348 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Stirling 
879 


Wark- 

worth 

P.V. 


Welling- 
ton 
912 


Whitby 
5,307 


Williams- 




burg 
P V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service. . 


$ c. 

6,438.57 
4,567.45 
2,096.78 
351.06 
968.04 
257.63 
364.76 


$ c. 

2,002.15 
1,407.27 


$ c. 

4,313.87 
1,947.34 
3,222.39 


$ c. 

19,038.11 

10,117.17 

14,784.94 

2,070.65 

3,313.34 


$ c. 

1,378.31 
474 11 






190 28 


Municipal power 








. 612.00 


953.66 


204 00 


Merchandise 






151.08 




652.20 


86 80 










15,044.29 


4,172.50 


10,437.26 


49,976.41 


2,333.50 




Expenses 


7,102.85 
163.17 


2,569.60 


6,090.15 


30,168.29 


1,388.35 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 






147.52 

2,805.45 

92.40 

419.62 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,147.12 
3.30 


115.98 


936.68 


57.90 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


249.35 


26.77 


152.09 


842 . 73 


47.26 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


550.00 
1,070.77 






1,531.41 

1,308.21 

373.33 

361.62 

2,838.48 

1,130.73 




General office, salaries and expenses. 


177.44 


580.51 


106.00 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest . . 


290.93 








612.94 
186.20 


559.10 
532.18 


74.76 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures . 




172.91 








Total expenses 


10,577.49 


3,688.93 


8,850.71 


42,019.79 


1,820.18 






Gross surplus 


4,466.80 


483.57 


1,586.55 


7,956.62 


513.32 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


894.00 


181.00 


650.00 


2,477.83 


116.00 






Net surplus 


3,572.80 


302.57 


936.55 


5,478.79 


397.32 


Net loss .... 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


265 
90 

8 


91 

41 


265 

61 

8 


787 

146 

15 


55 


Commercial light service 


19 


Power service 










Total 


363 


132 


334 


948 


75 







1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1930 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Winchester 
1,004 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Fort William 
24,786 


Nipigon 
P.V. 


Port Arthur 
19,362 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

5,670.68 

2,883.71 

993 . 73 


$ c. 

1,184,758.55 

631,371.86 

721,492.04 

90,646.02 

211,775.15 

8,439.41 

38,652.42 


$ c. 

200,989.21 
67,540.06 
39,638.77 
23,469.80 
17,475.09 


$ c. 

2,267.95 
2,036.21 


$ c. 

111,393.27 
61,070.20 

875,655.57 
37,341.25 
15,882.45 


$ c. 

314,650.43 

130,646.47 

915,294.34 

60,811.05 

33,997.54 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 
5,961,383.23 
9,340,653.28 






2,111,482.38 


1,062.00 

478.27 


640.00 


1,674,528.03 
28,954.60 


408.30 






17,014.66 


17,014.66 


581 914.78 










11,496.69 


2,887,135.45 


349,112.93 


4,944.16 


1,118,357.40 


1,472,414.49 


30,241,820.19 


7,997.13 


1,535,632.91 
39,959.37 
11,925.71 

117,337.85 

5,659.34 

33,778.01 

3,942.02 

52,586.58 
10,297.67 
84,520.66 

109,513.70 
81,735.75 
18,390.00 

156,113.83 

108,377.27 


223,620.85 

6,414.88 

761.22 

10,287.14 

1,433.33 

8,763.31 

120.72 

6,870.64 


1,590.43 


732,584.03 

22,466.40 

5,235.99 

14,331.94 

531.65 

3,536.32 


957,795.31 

28,881.28 

5,997.21 

24,809.14 

1,964.98 

12,397.38 

120.72 

11,596.75 
3,626.98 
10,652.33 
24,533.99 
17,502.46 
2,305.06 
42,543.40 

21,810.77 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 






320,716.48 


953.45 


190.06 


991,972.86 
96,746.35 




97.75 


278 379 43 




317 902.45 


182.45 


25.66 


4,700.45 

3,626.98 

5,162.44 

15,472.88 

13,350.94 

2,305.06 

20,562.36 

9,128.65 


372,211.17 
249,070.05 
745 159.02 




5,489.89 
8,563.79 
4,151.52 




937.35 


497.32 


907,226.89 
523 862 96 






112 029.82 


451.52 
322.68 


21,527.72 
12,318.33 


453.32 
363.79 


2,219,791.95 
1,828,484.12 


10,844.58 


2,369,770.67 


310,323.34 


3,218.33 


852,996.09 


1,166,537.76 


26,766,134.00 


652.11 


517,364.78 


38,789.59 


1,725.83 


265,361.31 


305,876.73 


3,475,686.19 


538.00 


143,712.83 


9,762.00 


362.00 


24,571.85 


34,695.85 


1,574,991.68 


114.11 


373,651.95 


29,027.59 


1,363.83 


240,789.46 


271,180.88 


1,900,694.51 
















273 

65 

3 


48,483 
7,718 
1,221 


5,628 
883 
100 


109 
38 


4,128 

749 

99 


9,865 

1,670 

199 


426,601 
70,385 
12 474 








341 


57,422 


6,611 


147 


4,976 


11,734 


509,460 



350 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C" 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Acton. 



Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alexandria 

Alliston 

Alvinston 



Amherstburg. 



Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill.. . . 
Arkona 



Arthur. 

Athens. 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden . 



Barrie 



Barton Twp 
Beachville. . 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



1,903 



500 
2,300 

1,342 
612 

2,987 



371 
952 

602 

1,992 

781 



7,311 



80 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

200 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 
200 watt 

150 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 




13.00 

18.00 
10.00 

17.00 
25.00 

20.00 
18.00 

20.00\ 
29.00/ 

12.001 

26.00[ 

30.00 

20.00 

14.00\ 
11.50/ 

17.00 

20.00 

19.00\ 
32.00/ 

22.00 
42.00 

10.00\ 

25.00/ 

10.00\ 
36.00/ 

8.00 

8.001 
15.00 
18.00 
22.00J 

14.00 

11.00 



$ 


c. 


1,758.00 


676 


00 


568 


00 


2,623.00 


2,051 


98 


1,854 


00 


1,972 


38 


671 


83 


458 


40 


960.00 


1,765 


02 


1,846 


00 


2,225 


.00 


988 


00 


520 


00 


5,123 


00 


252 


00 


528 


00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5Series system. raMultiple system. 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



351 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Beaverton 


970 




6 

88 

1 

, 20 


500 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 
m 


$ c. 

30.001 

8.00 

8. 00( 

6. 00 J 


$ c. 
1,012.34 


$ c. 
1.04 


Beeton 


560 


/ 64 
\ 14 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 

m 


17.001 
17.00/ 


1,326.00 


2.37 


Belle River .... 


768 




75 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


825.00 


1.07 


Belleville 


13,267 




' 557 
52 
24 

L 55 


100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

s 

s 

m 


10.001 
55.00 
30.00f 
35.00J 


9,877.19 


0.74 


Blenheim 


1,631 




[ 136 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 


12.001 
28.00^ 

37.00J 


2,330.00 


1.42 


Bloomfield 


540 




59 


100 c.p. 


s 


14.00 


826.00 


1.53 


Blyth 


618 




100 


100 watt 


m 


13.00 


1,300.00 


2.11 


Bolton 


600 


f 51 

\ 23 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.001 
21.00/ 


943.27 


1.57 


Bothwell 


603 


/ 66 
I 21 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


11.001 

27.00/ 


1,292.92 


2.14 


Bradford 


884 


/ 60 

I 7 


150 c.p. 
150 watt 


s 
m 


18.001 
18.00/ 


1,206.00 


1.36 


Brampton 


4,993 


/ 638 

I 2 


100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


8.001 
35.00/ 


5,225.65 


1.05 


Brantford 


29,287 

« 


• 


f 145 

3,480 

10 

12 

2 

20 


1,500 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 
750 watt 


s 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


45.00] 
7.50| 
8.50[ 
11.00 [ 
45.001 
46. 00 J 


33,977.05 


1.16 


Brantford Twp. 






351 


100 watt 


m. 


13.00 


4,563.00 


** 


Brechin 






25 


100 watt 


m 


18.00 


450.00 


** 


Bridgeport .... 






57 


100 watt 


m 


10 00 


570 00 


** 


Brigden 






r 42 

I 21 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


14.001 
25.00/ 


1,098.42 


** 








Brighton 


1,311 




137 


100 c.p. 


s 


13.00 


2,226.15 


t 


Brockville 


9,191 




' 583 
15 
38 

52 
6 


100 c.p. 
1-Lt. stds. 
3-Lt. stds. 
5-Lt. stds. 
300 watt 


s 
m 
m 

m 

m 


11.00] 
17.00 
21.00 
24.00 
24. 00 J 




8,781.00 


0.96 


**Populatic 
1 15 month 


>n not showi 
s' operation 


i in 


Govern 


ment statistics. 




^Series syster 


a. 


mMultiple 


system. 



352 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Brussels 


706 


r 79 

I 18 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


% c. 
12.00\ 
18.00/ 


% c. 
1,272.00 


$ c. 
1.80 


Burford 




67 
23 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


12.00 
13.00 


813.00 
299.00 


** 


Burgessville.. . . 




** 


Caledonia 


1,475 


/ 164 

\ 25 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


8.00\ 

13.00/ 


1,634.88 


1.01 


Campbellville. . 




19 


100 watt 


m 


24.00 


456.00 


** 


Cannington. . . . 


878 


{ 1 


100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


13.00\ 

32.00/ 


954.00 


1.09 


Cardinal 


1,284 


f 46 

1 I 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 


20.001 
20.00 
20.00J 




506.67 


t 


Carleton Place . 


4,293 


[ 62 

95 

I 67 


60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


10.001 

15.00 
20. 00 J 


3,411.13 


0.79 


Cayuga 


671 


77 


100 watt 


m 


20.00 


1,539.96 


2.29 


Chatham 


16,104 


• 


710 ord. 

33 ord. 

31 ord. 
108 orn. 

76 orn. 

37 orn. 
L 2 orn. 


150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
250 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
m 


13.00^ 
16.00 
30.00 
38.00 
30.00 
12.00 
24. 00, 




16,102.76 


0.99 


Chatsworth. . . . 


257 


41 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


451.00 


1.76 


Chesley 


1,772 


114 


150 c.p. 


s 


14.00 


1,594.84 


0.90 


Chesterville. . . . 


965 


86 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,032.00 


1.07 


Chippawa 


1,171 


89 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,036.00 


0.88 


Clifford 


461 


59 


100 watt 


m 


14.00 


789.83 


1.71 


Clinton 


1,937 


f 159 

1 l \ 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


s 

m 
m 


11.00] 

11.00 
55. 00 J 


1,968.01 


1.01 


Cold water. . . . . 


615 


{ % 


100 watt 
60 watt 


m 

m 


11.00\ 
9.00/ 


571.00 


0.93 


Collingwood . . . 


6,126 


421 


150 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


3,354.66 


0.55 


Comber 




/ 43 
\ 12 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
18.00/ 


732.00 


** 








Cookstown .... 




56 


150 c.p. 


s 


17.00 


952.00 


** 



^Population 
f6, 2, and 4 



not shown in Government statistics, 
months' operation respectively. 



iSeries system. wMultiple system 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 




Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Cottam 




29 

43 


100 watt 
100 watt 


tn 
m 


$ c. 
15.00 

18.00 


$ c. 
403.00 

774.00 


$ c 
** 


Courtright 


394 


1.96 


Creemore 


610 


59 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


590.00 


0.97 


Dashwood 




41 
21 

55 
75 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
tn 
tn 
tn 


12.00 
12.00 
11.00 

11.00 


492.00 
252.00 
587.16 
825.00 


** 


Delaware 




** 


Dorchester .... 




** 


Drayton 


508 


1.62 


Dresden 


1,465 


/ 129 

I 15 


100 c.p. 
50 watt 


s 
tn 


14.001 

4.36/ 


1,865.55 


1.27 


Drumbo 




{ " 


100 watt 
250 watt 


tn 
tn 


13.001 
31.00/ 


538.00 


** 








Dublin 




50 

78 


100 watt 
100 watt 


tn 

tn 


15.00 
10.00 


750.00 
780.00 


** 


Dundalk 


594 


1.31 


Dundas 


5,052 




f 316 
8 
1 
9 

54 
54 

I 3 


100 watt tn 
200 watt tn 
250 watt tn 
500 watt tn 
500 watt tn 
24 watt private 
40 watt private 


12.00 N 
16.00 
36.00 
36.00 
49.00 


• 


3,592.31 


0.71 


Dunnville 


3,450 


/ 27 
\ 245 


600 watt 
100 watt 


tn 
tn 


45.00\ 
11.00/ 


4,160.38 


1.21 


Durham 


1,722 


110 


150 c.p. 


s 


16.00 


1,759.60 


1.02 


Dutton 


805 


105 


100 watt 


tn 


9.00 


943.20 


1.17 


East Windsor . . 


15,105 


f 354 
\ 121 

[ 185 


100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
tn 

m 


8.001 
14.00 
20. 00 J 


8,134.67 


tt 


Elmira. 


2,795 




f 190 
8 

1 


100 watt 

200 watt 

1,000 watt 


m 
tn 
tn 


9.001 
12.00 
50. 00 J 


1,835.17 


0.65 


Elmvale 




60 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


652.64 


** 


Elm wood 




23 


150 watt 


tu- 


21.00 


483.00 


** 


Elora 


1,244 


{ 10 1 


100 watt 
250 watt 


rn 
tn 


16.001 
36.00/ 


1,652.00 


1 32 






Embro 


424 


54 


100 watt 


tn 


13.00 


702.00 


1.65 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 

IfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. sSeries system. wMultiple system. 



354 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Erieau 


210 


21 


100 watt 


m 


$ c. 
18.00 


$ c. 
378.00 


$ c. 
1.80 


Essex 


1,732 


f 116 
15 

1 4 
I 59 


60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 
m 


11.001 
11.00 
22.00 
26.00J 


2,159.35 


1.24 






Etobicoke Twp. 




/ 1,176 

\ 22 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


13.001 
17.00/ 


15,344.42 


** 








Exeter 


1,615 


/ 165 
\ 23 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


9.001 
18.00/ 


1,899.00 


1.17 


Fergus 


2,286 


/ 129 
\ 30 


100 watt 
150 watt 


m 
m 


16.001 

18.50/ 


2,587.00 


1.13 


Finch 


377 
454 


31 

{ 5 l' 


100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 


m 

m 

m 


20.00 

10.001 
25.00/ 


620.00 
545.00 


1.64 


Flesherton 


1.20 


Fonthill 


763 


70 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


1,138.00 


1.49 


Forest 


1,415 


/ 123 
\ 131 


100 watt 
60 watt 


m 
m 


11.00\ 
7.00/ 


2,270.00 


1.60 


Fort William. . . 


24,786 


< 


2 

204 

73 

397 

202 

, 48 


400 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
100 watt 
Arcs 


s 
s 
s 
s 

m 
m 


20.00^ 
45.00 
30.00 
8.50 
9.60 
45. 00, 


> 


17,475.09 


0.71 


Gait 


13,236 


< 


' 923 

316 

152 

74 

100 


100 c.p. 
100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
200 watt 


s 

m 
m. 
m 
m 


9.00 v 
12.00 
35.00 
40.00 
20.00 ; 




21,746.50 


1.64 


Georgetown.. . . 


1,992 


f 170 

1 iS 


100 watt 
300 watt 
100 watt 


VI 

m 
m 


11.001 
19.00 
13. 00 J 


2,096.75 


f 


Glencoe 


759 


{ l \l 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


14.001 
20.00/ 


1,934.00 


2.54 


Goderich 


4,221 


■ 


f 16 
8 

8 

3 

321 


3-Lt. stds. 
200 watt 
100 watt 
Park Lts. 
100 c.p. 


m 
m 
m 
m 
s 


35.001 

25.00 

15.00 

4.50 

9.00J 




3,782.50 


0.89 


Grand Valley . . 


583 


52 


100 watt 


m 


16.00 


832.00 


1.43 


Granton 




37 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


370.00 


** 

















**Population not shown in Government statistics. 
^Includes Glen Williams. 



s Series system. wMultiple system. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Graven hurst 



Guelph 



Hagtrsville . . . 



Hamilton 



Hanover. 



Harriston 
Harrow . . 



Havelock. 
Hensall . . 



Hespeler. 



Highgate. 
Holstein. 



1,776 



19,857 



1,246 



150,065 



2,626 



1,274 



1,421 
753 

2,719 

350 



115 

7 

6 

21 

36 

16 

20 
1,411 

35 
4 
9 

58 

40 

52 
n 

*Airport 
Beacon, 
100 

8,229 

1,442 

1 

8 

33 

5 

122 

447 

66 

1 

91 

16 

5 

12 

110 

21 

58 

60 
20 

76 

110 
39 
11 

4 
30 

7 

50 
14 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 c.p.f 
100 watt 
100 wattf 
300 watt 



60 watt 

100 watt 

200 watt 

300 watt 

500 watt 

550 watt] 

750 watt [220 m 
1,000 watt J v. m 
1,000 watt m 



100 watt 



100 
200 
200 
300 
300 
300 
500 
500 
750 
1,000 



watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 



150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt 
100 watt 



$ c. 
10.00 
11.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
35.00 



4 


001 


10 


00 


12 


50 


18 


75 


25 


00 


34.00 


43 


00 


46 


50 


140 


00J 



12.00 



7 


501 


11 


00 


70 


00 


18.00 


26.00 


34.00 


32 


00 


M 


.00 


55 


.00 


70. 00 J 



27.001 
32.00 
27.00 
32.00 

11.00 

12.00 
16.50 

18.001 
27.00/ 

12.00 

10.001 

16.00 

20.00 

30.00 

10.00 

35. 00, 

11.00 

35.00 



$ c. $ c. 



2,172.00 



20,422.07 



1,200.00 



99,935.12 



3,472.41 

1,199.92 
854.60 

1,620.00 
912.00 

2,559.64 

550.00 

490.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. 
f5 months only. 



raMultiple system. 



356 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 




Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Humberstone. . 


1,597 


108 


100 watt 


m 


$ c. 
12.00 


$ c. 
1,296.00 


$ c. 
0.81 








r 39 

15 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


s 
s 


14.00] 
36.00 








Huntsville 


2,608 


< 


20 

27 
58 


150 cp. 
50 watt 
75 watt 
50 watt 


s 

m 
m 
m 


18.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00, 


> 


2,396.00 


0.92 






[ 320 


100 c.p. 


s 


11.001 






Ingersoll 


5,050 


1 28 


100 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 


11.00 
28.00 
35. 00 J 


4,607.50 


0.91 


Jarvis 


471 


70 


100 watt 


m 


12 00 


840.00 
1,830.00 


1 88 


Kemptville .... 


1,298 


90 


100 watt 


m 


20.00 


1.41 


Kincardine .... 


2,352 




f 127 

16 

19 

15 

2 


150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
1,000 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 


21.001 

26.00 

15.00 

26.00 

130. 00, 


• 


3,729.60 


1.59 


Kingston 


21,616 




f 79 
144 

287 

77 


1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 




20,000.00 


0.92 








Kingsville .... 


2,223 


/ 138 
\ 100 


250 c.p. 
60 watt 


s 
m 


18.00\ 
12.00/ 


3,700.00 


t 


Kirkfield 




23 


100 watt 


m 


20.00 


460 00 


** 


Kitchener 


28,282 




f 2,023 
59 
44 

348 
34 
69 
30 
78 

168 

18 

2 


80 cp. 
100 c.p. 

16 c.p. 
200 watt 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


8.00 N 
8.00 
7.00 
15.00 
13.00 
17.50 
15.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00, 




30,174.93 


1.06 


Lakefield 


1,423 


104 


100 watt 


m 


18.00 


1,872.00 


1.32 


Lambeth 




{ 3 t 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.001 
21.00/ 


435.00 


** 








Lanark 


581 


37 


100 watt 


m 


17.00 


629.00 


1.08 


Lancaster 


560 


41 


100 watt 


m 


36.50 


1,495.00 


2.67 


La Salle 


628 


66 


100 watt 


m 


16.00 


1,094.50 


1.74 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. iSeries system. 

fPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



wMultiple system. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 







Number 


Size and 




Rate per 




Total cost to 


Cost 


Municipality 


Population 


of 


style of 




lamp 


municipality 


per 






lamps 


lamps 




per annum 


per annum 


capita 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






f 141 


400 c.p. 


5 


25.00] 






Leamington.. . . 


5,269 


38 
1 164 


600 c.p. 
100 watt 


5 
m 


31.00 
13.00 


7,346.07 


t 






1 24 


200 watt 


m 


17.00J 






Lindsay 


7,056 


/ 416 

\ 27 


100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 


15.00\ 
70.00/ 


8,052.50 


1.14 






' 161 


60 watt 


m 


9.001 














118 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 








Listowel 


2,545 


: 


6 

2 

24 

3 

f 1,997 
301 


200 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


m 
m 
m 
m 

s 
s 


25.00 
25.00 
30.00 
35. 00 J 

11.001 

24.00 


1 


3,591.06 


1.41 








111 


400 c.p. Span 5 


18.00 














284 


600 c.p. 


s 


30.00 














32 


600 c.p. 


s 


28.00 








London 


71,310 


■ 


8 
45 
11 

452 
21 
27 


150 c.p. 
500 watt 
500 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
200 watt 


s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


10.00 
40.00 
25.00 
18.00 
20.00 
14. 00, 




50,160.45 


0.70 


London Twp. . . 




{ 5 i 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
16.50/ 


664.50 


** 








Lucan 


573 


69 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


1,035.00 


1.81 


Lucknow 


1,147 


f 57 
I 16 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


20.00\ 
31.00/ 


1,656.25 


1.45 


Lynden 




39 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


388.97 


** 






f 342 


75 watt 


m 


5.001 






Madoc 


1,067 


7 


150 watt 


m 


6.00 


1,494.00 


1.40 






I 3 


300 watt 


m 


12.00J 






Markdale 


798 


84 


150 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


672.00 


0.84 


Markham 


969 


/ 80 
\ 20 


100 watt 
60 watt 


m 
m 


14.00\ 
11.00/ 


1,340.00 


1.38 








r 25 


75 watt 


m 


18. 00^ 








Marmora 


1,023 




40 

22 


100 watt 
150 watt 


m 
m 


18.00 
18.00, 




1,566.00 


1.53 


Martintown . . . 




15 


100 watt 


m 


20.00 


300.00 


** 


Maxville 


746 


64 


150 c.p. 


s 


28.00 


1,792.06 


2.40 








f 171 


150 c.p. 


s 


13.00] 






Meaford 


2,729 




27 
35 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


13.00 
22.00j 


3,166.90 


1.16 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. 
fPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



mMultiple system. 



358 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Merlin . . . 
Merritton 

Midland . 



Milton. . . 
Milverton 

Mimico . . 



Mitchell 

Moorefield. . . 
Mount Brydges 



Niagara -on -the 
Lake 



Nipigon 



2,575 

7,826 

1,775 
1,122 

5,762 
1,645 



Mount Forest. . 


1,823 


Napanee 


2,990 


Neustadt 




Newbury 


298 


New Hamburg. 


1,454 


New Toronto . . 


5,622 


Niagara Falls . . 


18,403 



1,547 



43 

307 

382 
36 
30 

206 

94 

12 

197 

200 

46 

229 

25 

46 

39 

135 

16 

26 

124 

40 

39 

48 

212 
21 

205 
26 
58 

126 
2 

784 

58 

2 

197 

208 

4 

4 

204 

22 

32 



100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
500 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 



150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
100 watt 

320 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

75 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 



100 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 



Intersection 



100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 



$ c. 
16.00 

9.00 

10.00 
40.00 
22.00 

9.00 

9.00 
12.00 

15.00 
23.00 
30.00 

9.00 

15.00 

11.00 

14.001 

12.00 

12.00 

37.00 
16.00 
32.00 

25.00 

15.00 

9.00 
12.50 

15.00 

16.00 

19.00^ 

30.00 

28.00 

12.00 
18.00 
13.00 
54.00 
48.00 
60.00 
12.00 

11.00 
18.00 

20.00 



$ c. 
688.00 

2,773.00 



6,113.34 



1,845.00 



8,448.96 

2,061.27 
375.00 
506.00 

2,358.00 

5,434.21 

975.00 
690.00 

2,233.27 
8,429.04 



29,896.43 

2,629.92 
640.00 



$ c. 

** 



1.07 



0.78 



1.04 



1,003.25 0.89 



1.46 



1.25 



1.29 

1.82 

** 

2.31 

1.53 

1.50 



1.62 



1.70 



'Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. raMultiple system. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



359 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Norwich 



Norwood . 



Oil Springs 
Omemee . . , 



Orangeville . . . 



Oshawa 



Ottawa 



Otterville. 



Owen Sound. . . 



Paisley- 



Pa Imerst on 



Paris 



1,213 

764 

466 
481 

2,721 
24,194 

122,731 



12,304 



700 



1,792 



4,156 



111 

28 

79 
6 
1 

41 

46 
10 

94 

33 
38 

1 

820 

47 

39 

109 

59 
368 
751 
774 
2,900 
590 

51 
12 

390 

9 

2 

12 

316 

3 

3 

39 

88 

98 



10 
2 
4 
2 

13 
1 

448 
13 
25 



100 watt 
400 watt 

150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
300 watt 

1,000 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 

Arcs 
100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



150 c.p 
150 c.p 
200 c.p 
400 c.p 
250 c.p 
300 c.p 
300 watt 
500 c.p. 

100 watt 

80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
40 watt 
60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
500 c.p. 



48c 



$ c. 
10.00 
35.00 

18.00 
20.00 
27.00 

18.00 

14.00\ 

28.00/ 

16.00 
21.00 
48.00 

27.00 
10.00 
13.00 
11.00 
12.00 

45.00] 
7.00 
25.00 
35.00 
per ft. 
6.00 

11.00 
16.00 

11.00 
11.50 
14.00 
21.00 
14.00 
15.00 
19.50 
35.00, 

16.00 

9.00 
10.00 
25.00 
9.00 
9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
25.00 
35.00 



9.00 
35.00 
45.00 



c. 
2,100.00 

1,569.00 

738.00 
924.00 

3,977.24 
10,502.27 



51,155.73 
18,294.37 



409.72 



10,917.25 



1,408.00 



1,788.05 



5,724.90 



Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. wMultiple system. 



360 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Parkhill 


959 


{ 


78 
15 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


$ c. 

14.00\ 

23.00/ 


$ c. 1 
1,438.00 


% c. 
1.50 


Penetanguishene 


3,615 




188 


100 c.p. 


s 


10.00 


1,880.00 


0.52 


Perth 


3,698 


I 


67 
14 

16 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 


15.001 

25.00 
28.00 
40. 00 J 


2,094.46 


0.57 


Peterborough . . 


22,012 


- 


115 
260 
374 
445 
1 


400 c.p. 
60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 


s 

m 
m 
m 
m 


43.001 
9.00 
10.00 
18.00 
34.00. 




18,960.54 


0.86 


Petrolia 


2,671 


\ 


' 145 

k 24 


150 c.p. 
600 c.p. 


s 
s 


12.001 
38.00/ 


2,639.91 


0.98 


Picton 


3,315 


\ 


' 35 
221 


250 c.p. 
100 c.p. 


s 
s 


20.001 
12.00/ 


4,317.04 


1.30 


Plattsville 






34 

77 


100 watt 
150 c.p. 


m 
s 


16.00 
12.00 


544.00 
924.00 


** 


Point Edward. . 


1,378 


0.74 


Port Arthur . . . 


19,362 


• 


f 2,382 
154 
172 


100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 
m 


5.001 
10.00 
15.00J 


15,882.45 


0.82 


Port Colborne. . 


5,461 




f 15 

78 

124 

228 

26 


400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
200 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 


25.00 
28.00 
17.00 
12.00 
14.00 


) 


7,009.07 


1.28 


Port Credit. . . . 


1,400 




f 113 
\ 139 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.001 
16.00/ 


3,354.00 


2.39 


Port Dalhousie. 


1,656 




f 127 

I 2 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.501 
12.50/ 


1,612.50 


0.97 


Port Dover .... 


1,628 




f 198 
I 19 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


12.50\ 
30.00/ 


2,926.84 


1.79 


Port Hope 


4,600 




383 


100 c.p. 


s 


14.00 


6,702.45 


t 


Port McNicoll.. 


831 




46 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


506.00 


0.61 


Port Perry 


1,185 




99 


100 watt 


m 


14.00 


1,397.17 


1.18 


Port Rowan.. . . 


681 




53 


100 watt 


m 


24.00 


1,242.00 


1.82 


Port Stanley . . . 


583 




174 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


1,914.00 


3.28 


Prescott 


2,757 




f 164 
\ 105 


100 watt 
2 Lt. -Brackets 


m 
m 


10.001 
17.00/ 


3,425.00 


1.24 



**Population 
t15 months' 



not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. wMultiple system, 
operation. 



931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting! Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 




Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Preston 


5,884 


f 343 

9 

40 

I 6 


150 c.p. 
250 watt 
500 watt ' 
5-Lt. stands. 


s 

m 
m 

m 


$ c. 
10.001 
18.00 
30.00 
30.00J 


$ c. 
4,960.32 


$ c 
0.84 


Priceville 




14 
26 
34 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 


40.00 
13.00 
16.00 


560.00 
312.00 
543.96 


** 


Princeton 




** 


Queenston 




** 


Richmond 


362 


24 


100 watt 


m 


25.00 


600.00 


1.66 


Richmond Hill . 


1,170 


{ « 

[ 99 


200 watt 

100 watt 

75 watt 


m 

m 
m 


16.00] 
12.00 
11. 00 J 


1,389.00 


1.19 


Ridgetown .... 


' 1,983 


f 193 
[ 65 


150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
500 watt 
100 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 


11.00] 
40.00 
38.00 
11. 00 J 


3,397.15 


1.71 


Ripley 


423 


I 5 
1 44 


200 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


26.00\ 
41.00/ 


1,349.00 


3.19 


Riverside 


4,603 


f 206 

78 

I 74 


100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


11.00] 

14.50 

18.00J 


4,682.74 


1.02 


Rockwood 




83 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


747.00 


** 


Rodney 


752 


f 69 

\ 14 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.00\ 
18.00/ 


942.00 


1.25 


Russell 




46 


100 watt 


m 


22 00 


1,012.00 

24,778.77 


** 


St. Catharines.. 


24,094 


3,307 


100 watt 


m 


7.50 


1.03 


St. George 




38 


100 watt 


m 


8 00 


297 55 


** 


St. Jacobs 




46 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


445.00 


** 


St. Marys 


4,072 


/ 234 
\ 136 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


s 
s 


8.00\ 
12.00/ 


3,496.66 


0.86 


St. Thomas. . . . 


16,567 


f 1,069 
114 

1 2 
[ 26 


100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 


9.00] 
34.001 
32. OOf 
13.00J 


14,066.89 


0.85 


Sandwich 


10,655 




' 16 
87 
14 
17 
240 
292 
10 


600 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
m 


35.00' 
26.00 
28.00 
28.00 
12.00 
13.00 
13.00 




10,455.21 


0.98 



'Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. wMultiple system. 



362 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 




Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Sarnia 


16,763 


f 875 

17 

{ 82 


150 c.p. 

500 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


5 
5 
5 


$ c. 
12.001 

34.00 
43.00J 


$ c. 
15,232.73 


$ c. 
0.93 


Scarboro Twp. . 




• 


2 
219 
317 

7 

418 

19 

2 


200 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
300 watt 
200 watt 
100 watt 
40 watt 
60 watt 


5 

m 
m 
m 
m 

VI 


17.001 

15.00 
27.50 
17.00 
15.00 
12.00 
18.00 




16,963.91 


** • 








Seaforth 


1,702 


f 60 

58 

[ 20 


80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

5 

m 


9.001 
10. 00) 

20.00J 


1,520.00 


0.89 


Shelburne 


1,135 


96 


150 c.p. 


s 


11.00 


1,049.56 


0.92 


Simcoe 


4,675 


< 


f 275 

27 

3 

8 

2 


100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
150 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 


10.001 

40.00 
10.00 
10.00 
53. 00, 


• 


3,904.67 


0.84 


Smiths Falls . . . 


7,178 


f 18 
146 

[ 197 


60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 

m 
m 
m 


8.501 

17.00 
21.00 
21. 00 J 


6,812.94 


0.95 


Springfield 


393 


50 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


550.00 


1.40 


Stamford Twp 




801 

r 77 

I 18 


100 watt 

150 c.p. 
200 watt 


m 

s 

m 


10.00 

11.001 

15.00/ 


7,009.56 
1,117.00 


** 


Stayner 


968 


1.15 


Stirling 


879 


122 


100 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


968.04 


1.89 


Stouffville 


1,053 


121 


100 watt 


m 


14.00 


1,694.00 


1.61 


Stratford 


18,671 


• 


' 858 

74 

6 

116 

62 

4 

i 4 


100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
m 
m 


10.001 

25.00 
35.00 
30.00 
34.00 
10.00 
34.00J 




15,907.55 


0.85 


Strathroy 


2,737 




f 330 
21 
34 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

s 

m 


9.00^ 
15.00 
31.00J 




3,819.96 


1.40 


Sunderland .... 




33 


100 watt 

200 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 

m 

m 
m 


18.00 


594.00 
1,823.50 


** 


Sutton f 


833 




' 22 

109 

, 10 


17.00^ 
13.00 
13.00J 


[ 





**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. mMultiple system. 
1 10 lamps 3 months only. 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



363 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 




Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Tara 


441 
995 


67 

f 75 
\ 36 


100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 
m 


$ c. 
25.00 

10.00\ 
12.00/ 


$ 
1,675.00 

1,180.30 


$ c. 
3.80 


Tavistock 


1.19 


Tecumseh 


2,260 


{ s 


100 watt 
400 c.p. 


m 
s 


12.00\ 
21.00/ 


1,089.00 


0.48 


Teeswater 


817 


r 36 

\ 20 


150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


s 
s 


25.001 
40.00/ 


1,700.00 


2.08 


Thamesfcrd.. . . 




47 
f 61 

1 2 l 


100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 
m 
m 


11.00 

9.00] 
14.00^ 
18.00J 


517.00 
1,059.00 


** 


Thamesville . . . 


886 


1.20 


Thedford 


535 


69 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


1,035.00 


1.93 


Thorndale 




31 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


372.00 


** 


Thornton 




21 


100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 
m 
m 


40.00 

7.50] 

8.00 

12.00J 


840.00 
3,393.50 


** 


Thorold 


5,037 




f 365 
40 
28 


0.67 


Tilbury 


1,886 


r 97 

I 25 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.00\ 
19.50/ 


1,549.62 


0.82 


Tillsonburg. . . . 


3,166 


f 268 

1 *l 


100 c.p. 

250 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 


8.00] 

13.00 
45. 00 J 


2,560.48 


0.81 


Toronto 


585,628 


< 


45,520 

2,899 

67 

1,373 

114 

5 

363 

68 

395 

24 


100 watt 

200 watt 

250 watt 

300 watt 

500 watt 

1,000 watt 

5-lt. stds., 100 

1-lt. stds.,500 

1-lt. stds., 300 

1-lt. stds.,500 


m 

m 

m 

m 

m 

m 

w m 

w m 

w m 

w m 


8.00-10.00^ 
18.00-23.00 
20.00 
28.00 
45.00 
90.00 
47.50 
47.50 
50.00 
52.50J 


' 


507,020.12 


0.87 


Toronto Twp . . 




{ 40 l 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 

m 


12.00\ 
43.20/ 


4,641.89 










Tottenham .... 


545 


49 


150 c.p. 


s 


25.00 


1,225.08 


2.25 


Uxbridge 


1,425 


129 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,541.00 


1.08 


Victoria Harbor 


1,104 


78 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


702.00 


0.64 



Topulation not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. wMultiple system. 



364 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Walkerville. . . . 


10,671 


• 


56 
242 
550 
102 
184 


600 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


s 
m 

m 
m 
m 


% c 
45.001 
8.00 
11.00 
13.00 
18. 00, 




c. 
14,893.57 


$ c. 
1.40 


Wallaceburg . . . 


4,360 


1 


186 
30 


150 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 


12.00] 

25.00 
39. 00 J 


2,975.00 


0.68 


Wardsville 


214 




35 


75 watt 


m 


20.00 


700.00 


3.27 


War k worth. . . . 




{ 


' 24 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


18.00\ 
30.00/ 


612.00 


** 








Waterdown. . . . 


874 


\ 


' 75 
6 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.00\ 
17.50/ 


930.00 


1.06 


Water ford 


1,097 




179 


100 watt 


in 


9.00 


1,608.00 


1.47 


Waterloo 


7,782 


• 


' 125 

348 

44 

10 

6 

3 

18 

12 

1 66 


100 c.p. 
80 c.p. 
150 watt 
150 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 
300 watt 
200 watt 
150 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


10.001 
8.00 
36.00 
25.00 
35.00 
30.00 
21.00 
12.00 
10.00, 




7,227.14 


0.93 


Watford 


1,045 


< 


r 89 
I 11 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.501 
20.00/ 


1,325.07 


1.27 


Waubaushene. . 




■ 


41 

r 168 

4 

52 

409 

12 


100 watt 

600 c.p. 
500 watt 
200 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 


m 

s 

m 
m 
m 
m 


8.00 


328.00 
11,209.04 


** 


Welland 


10,054 


30. 00^ 
28.00 
18.00 
11.00 
30.00, 


• 


1.11 


Wellesley 






60 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


720.00 


** 


Wellington 


912 




r 68 

37 
32 


100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


,s 
s 
s 


12.001 
12.00 
19.00J 


953.66 


1.05 


West Lome. . . . 


777 


< 


f 83 

t io 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.001 
18.00/ 


1,010.04 


1.30 


Weston 


4,425 


< 


f 110 
434 
2 
5 
2 
2 
20 
2 


600 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
5-Lt. stds. 
100 watt 
25 watt 
300 watt 
Signs. 


s 
s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


30. 00^ 
7.50 

10.00 

21.00 
7.50 
2.50 

11.00 
110.00 


> 


7,549.75 


1.71 



'Population not shown in Government statistics. iSeries system. mMultiple system. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



365 



STATEMENT "C"— Concluded 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1930, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Wheat ley 


698 


f 71 
\ 40 


100 watt 
300 watt' 


.m 
m 


$ c. 
12.00\ 

26.00/ 


$ c. 
1,830.42 


$ c. 
2.62 


Whitby 


5,307 




f 99 

136 

113 

3 


100 c.p. 

80 c.p. 

100 watt 

500 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 


10.001 
9.001 
7.50 

11. 50 J 


3,313.34 


0.62 


Williamsburg . . 




17 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


204.00 


** 


Winchester .... 


1,004 


118 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


1,062.00 


1.06 


W T indermeref.. . 


123 


13 


100 watt 


m 


35.00 


189.50 




Windsor 


68,569 




r 66 

642 

1,004 

669 

2,254 


1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 


46.00 
43.00 
24.00 
12.00 
11.00 




85,266.83 


1.24 


Wingham 


2,362 


f 99 

\ 22 
{ 27 


150 c.p. 
200 c.p. 
200 watt 


s 
s 

m 


20.001 
33.00 
33.00} 


3,597.00 


1.52 


Woodbridge . . . 


727 


82 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


810.00 


1.11 


Woodstock .... 


10,687 


■ 


r 514 
14 
87 

25 
72 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
75 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 


8.00 N 
20.00 

8.00 
12.00 
32.00, 


• 


7,171.44 


0.67 


Woodville 


405 


/ 35 
I 4 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
20.00/ 


482.00 


1.19 


Wyoming 


472 


50 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


750.00 


1.59 


York, East, 
Township . . . 




f 881 

238 

I 15 


100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 
m 


14.00] 
26.00 
29. 00 J 


18,328.94 


** 








York, North, 
Township . . . 






81 
19 
18 
12 
34 
65 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


12.001 

13.00 

13.50 

15 00 

32.00 

23.00, 


> 


4,043.30 


** 








Zurich 




63 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


693.00 


** 









**Population not shown in Government statistics. 
|5 months only. 



sSeries system. ^Multiple system. 



366 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

STATEMENT "D" 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to 

Consumers in Ontario Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

The following tabulation of various statistical data relating to the supply 
of electrical energy to consumers by individual municipalities receiving power at 
cost from the Commission sets forth, regarding the results of operation from the 
standpoint of the consumers, much useful and interesting information. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread and beneficial a distribution of electrical energy as possible, and to 
extend to every community that can economically be reached by transmission 
lines, the benefit of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by reason 
of the distance from a source of supply or of the smallness of the quantity of 
power required by the municipality, the cost per horsepower to the municipality 
— and, consequently, the cost of service to the consumer — must unavoidably be 
higher than in more favourably situated communities, service has not been 
withheld when the consumers were able and willing to pay the cost. 

The accompanying diagram summarizes graphically certain data of State- 
ment "D," respecting the average cost to the consumer. It will be observed 
that the total amount of the energy sold in municipalities where circumstances 
necessitate rates which result in the higher average costs to the consumer is 
relatively insignificant. With respect to power service, it should be noted that 
the statistics of Statement "D," and of the diagram, cover mainly retail power 
service supplied to the smaller industrial consumers. The average amount of 
power taken by the industrial consumers served by the municipalities is about 
40 horsepower. The Commission serves certain large power consumers direct 
on behalf of the various systems of municipalities. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues reported in Statement "D," 
and used for purposes of calculating the net unit costs to the consumer, are the 
total revenues contributed by the consumers, and include, in addition to the 
cost of power, sums specifically applicable to the retirement of capital, and 
also operating surplus which is in part applied to retirement of capital or ex- 
tension of plant and is in part returned in cash to the consumers. 

It should specially be noted that average costs per kilowatt-hour or per 
horsepower if employed indiscriminately as a criterion by means of which to 
compare the rates or prices for electrical service in various municipalities, will 
give very misleading results. The average costs per kilowatt-hour, as given in 
Statement "D" for respective classes of service in each municipality, are simply 
statistical results obtained by dividing the respective revenues by the aggregate 
kilowatt-hours sold. As such, the data reflect the combined influence of a number 
of factors, of which the rates or prices to consumers are but one factor. Owing 
to the varying influence of factors other than the rates, it is seldom found that 
in any two municipalities the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumers, 
even of the same classification, is in proportion to the respective rates for service. 
Instances even occur where for a class of consumers in one municipality, the 
average costs per kilowatt-hour are substantially lower than for the same class 
in another municipality, even though the rates are higher. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



367 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY THE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



DOMESTIC SERVICE 




THE AREAS 'OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT.- HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
N MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
NCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT- HOUR : 



2.0 to 3.9 


4.0 to 5.9 


6 CENTS 


CENTS 


CENTS 


OR MORE 


( 11,8 1 


0.4 


0.1 


1 PERCENT j 


PER CENT 


PER CENT 



COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR : 



2.5 to 3.9 


4.0 to 5.9 


6 CENTS 


CENTS 


CENTS 


OR MORE 


(Z2\ 


0.7 


0.2 


I PER CENTi 


PER CENT 


PER CENT 



o 



POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY THE AGGREGATE HORSEPOWER 
SOLD FOR POWER SERVICE IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR: 





$30 TO $40 $40 OR MORE 



1.0 

PER CENT 



0.1 

PER CENT 



o 



368 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



With respect to domestic service, for example, instances will be observed 
where two municipalities have identical prices or rates for domestic service, but 
the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer varies by as much as 100 
per cent. Such variations are principally due to differences in the extent of 
utilization of the service for the operation of electric ranges, water heaters and 
other appliances, an indication of which is afforded by the statistics of average 
monthly consumption. 

In the case of power service, average unit costs are still less reliable as an 
indication of the relative rates for service in different municipalities. In the 
case of hydro-electric power supplied to industries at cost, the rate 
schedules incorporate charges both for demand and for energy consumption, 
and thus, although the quantity of power taken by a consumer — that is, the 
demand as measured in horsepower — is the most important factor affecting 
costs and revenues, it is not the only one. The number of hours the power is 
used in the month or year — which, in conjunction with the power, determines 
the energy consumption, as measured in kilowatt-hours — also affects the costs 
and revenues. Consequently, in two municipalities charging the same 
rates for power service, the average cost per horsepower to the consumer 
will vary in accordance with the consumers' average number of hours' use of 
the power per month. A greater average energy consumption per horsepower 
increases the average cost per horsepower and decreases the average cost per 
kilowatt-hour, to the consumer, and vice versa* 

*In view of the fact that the data of Statement "D" have been misinterpreted in the making 
of certain comparisons as to the cost of electricity in various territories, it is desirable to add a 
word of caution respecting their significance. Essentially, the average cost or revenue per kilo- 
watt-hour is not a criterion of rates even with similar forms of rate schedules and for the same class 
of service. Particularly is this true when revenues and consumptions of all classes of service, 
and of all kinds of rate schedules, are indiscriminately lumped together in order to deduce a 
so-called "average cost or rate per kilowatt-hour" for all services. 

In one community rates for each class of service, and the cost to every consumer in each class for 
any given service and consumption, may be substantially higher than in another community, and yet 
there may be in the former community, a lower "average revenue per kilowatt-hour." This will readily 
be perceived from a simple arithmetical example. 

Example. — Assume sales of electrical energy by tw^o electric utilities, A and B, in each case 
10,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 



Class 
of 


Case A 
Higher rates and lower revenues 
per kilowatt-hour 


Case B 

Lower rates and higher revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


service 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Residence 

Power 


kw-hr. 
1,000,000 
9,000,000 


cents 
4 
1 


$ 
40,000 
90,000 


kw-hr. 
3,000,000 
7,000,000 


cents 

3 
0.75 


$ 
90,000 
52,500 


Total 


10,000,000 




130,000 


10,000,000 




142,500 






Average revenue.. 


1 .3 cents per kw-hr. 


1.425 cents per kw-hr. 



It will be observed that in Case A the rates both for residence and for power service are 33 per 
cent higher than in Case B, but the average revenue per kilowatt-hour is nearly 9 per cent less. 

In this instance, the key to the situation lies in the relative quantities of energy sold to each 
class. Service to large power consumers entails a smaller capital investment in distribution lines 
and equipment and lower operating costs per kilowatt-hour delivered, than does service to domestic 
and to commercial light consumers, and even where the rates for all classes of service are low, 
produces a smaller average revenue per kilowatt-hour. Consequently, if one electrical utility as 
compared with another sells a larger proportion of its energy for power purposes, its "average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour" may easily be lower than that of the other utility even though its 
rates for every class of service are substantially higher. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 369 

Although the derived statistics of Statement "D" are valueless as a means 
of comparing the rates in one municipality with those in another, they nevertheless 
fulfil an important function in affording a general measure of the economy of 
service to consumers in the co-operating Ontario municipalities — an economy that 
has resulted primarily from the low rates themselves, and secondarily from the 
extensive use of the service that has been made economically possible by the 
low rates. 

Actual bills rendered to typical consumers for similar service under closely 
comparable circumstances constitute the best basis for effecting comparisons. 
In researches respecting rates to consumers therefore the actual rate schedules of 
Statement "E" should be employed, and not statistics of average revenues per 
kilowatt-hour, as these are valueless for rate comparisons — and particularly so 
when all classifications of service are combined. 

In any consideration of the relative economies of electrical service in the 
various municipalities — whether based on the actual rates for service as set forth 
in Statement "E," or on the derived statistics resulting from the rates and other 
factors as presented in Statement "D"— full account should be taken respectively, 
of the influence upon costs of such factors as the size of the municipality, the 
distance from the source of power, the features of the power developments from 
which service is received, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for 
electricity, and the sizes and characters of the loads supplied under the various 
classifications by the local electrical utility to the ultimate consumers. 

In Statement "D" account has been taken of the sizes of municipalities by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 population; 
(ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (iii) small towns (under 2,000 popu- 
lation), villages, and suburban areas in townships (which are comparable in 
respect of conditions of supply to the smaller towns and villages). The popu- 
lations and the approximate transmission distances are also given. 

A feature of the electrical service in Ontario municipalities is the strikingly 
large average annual consumption per domestic consumer. There are in all 
about 182 Ontario municipalities where the average annual consumption per 
domestic consumer is in excess of 600 kilowatt-hours. Of the 76-cities and towns 
with populations of 2,000 or more — in which over 85 per cent of the domestic 
consumers of the undertaking are served — no less than 49 have an average annual 
consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 1,000 kilowatt-hours; of these, 
27 have an average annual consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 
1,500 kilowatt-hours, and 11 have an average annual consumption per domestic 
consumer in excess of 2,000 kilowatt-hours. 

The high average consumption for domestic service results essentially from 
the policy of the undertaking in providing electrical service "at cost"; the rate 
schedules scientifically designed according to this principle automatically encour- 
age liberal use of the service. Under the standard rate schedules employed by 
Ontario municipalities, follow-up rates of 1 cent and 1.25 cents (less 10 per cent) 
are in common use, and as a rule even where the higher initial rates per kilo- 
watt-hour obtain, it is only necessary for the domestic consumer to reach a 
monthly charge of from $2.00 to $3.00 when he obtains the benefit of a follow-up 
rate of 1.8 cents net. The cost of electric cooking is thus within reach of most 
of the domestic consumers in Ontario. 



370 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group I— CITIES 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



0j O 

3 E 



>- 5— . 

<D O — 

l ES 



WJ5 



Belleville 

Brantford 

Chatham 

East Windsor. 
Fort William . 



Gait 

Guelph . . 
Hamilton . 
Kingston. 
Kitchener 



London 

Niagara Falls. 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. . 



Peterborough . 
Port Arthur. . 
St. Catharines 
St. Thomas. . . 
Sarnia 



Stratford .... 

Toronto 

Toronto D.C. 
60 cycle*. . 

Welland 

Windsor .... 
Woodstock . . 



and 



E.O. 


13,267 


Nia. 


29,287 


Nia. 


16,104 


Nia. 


15,105 


T.B. 


24,786 


Nia. 


13,236 


Nia. 


19,857 


Nia. 


134,566 


E.O. 


21,616 


Nia. 


28,282 


Nia. 


68,404 


Nia. 


18,403 


E.O. 


24,194 


E.O. 


122,731 


G.B. 


12,304 


E.O. 


22,012 


T.B. 


19,362 


Nia. 


24,094 


Nia. 


16,567 


Nia. 


16,763 


Nia. 


18,671 


Nia. 


585,628 


Nia. 


10,054 


Nia. 


68,569 


Nia. 


10,687 



miles 

13 

79 
193 
239 

87 

92 

75 
53 
50 
95 

123 
1 

75 

1 

32 

2 

73 

18 
134 
205 

119 
78 



14 

238 
94 



81,51-8.07 

160,236.81 

77,814.48 

83,936.97 

200,989.21 

105,465.02 
100,184.50 
798,848.99 
98,839.73 
181,079.68 

445,925.63 
150,408.18 
187,012.54 
325.443.96 
54,009.53 

108,772.60 
111,393.27 
140,271.42 
101,984.90 
100,945.88 

141,864.86 
3,346,607.91 

61,971.07 

52,347.87 

531,544.87 

78,764.88 



kw-hr. 




4,694,881 

10,379,439 

4,540,139 

4,819,468 

26,161,720 


3,028 
6,426 
3,815 
2,817 
5,628 


5,610,001 
5,689,423 

53,912,988 
4,342,083 

10,967,667 


3,450 
5,000 
32,309 
5,374 
6,751 


32,015,040 
13,315,248 

7,098,241 
40,207,559 

3,068,378 


16,690 
4,532 
6,339 

11,889 
3,014 


5,935,441 
8,411,904 
11,134,477 
6,548,740 
5,198,433 


5,160 
4,128 
5,979 
4,126 
4,476 


8,966,540 
22,028,372 


4,296 
146,603 


1,985,588 

2,965,423 

33,924,110 

4,802,402 


1,103 

2,212 

14,787 

2,787 



kw-hr 

131 
138 
100 
142 
391 

136 
96 

142 
68 

139 

160 
249 

93 
284 

86 

96 
172 
158 
133 

97 

175 
128 

127 
112 
188 
145 



$ c. 

2.25 
2.14 
1.71 
2.46 
3.01 

2.57 
1.69 
2.10 
1.55 
2.30 

2.24 
2.81 
2.45 
2.30 
1.51 

1.76 
2.28 
2.19 
2.07 
1.89 

2.77 
1.92 

3.96 
1.97 

2.96 
2.37 



cts. 

1.7 
1.5 
1.7 
1.7 
0.8 

1.9 
1.8 
1.5 
2.3 
1.7 

1.4 
1.1 
2.6 
0.8 
1.8 

1.8 

1.3 
1.3 
1.6 
1.9 

1.6 
1.5 

3.1 
1.8 
1.6 
1.6 



*This, — with the exception of a relatively small D.C. power load, — is a special service not 
created by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission but acquired through the purchase of a privately 
owned company. The service has been continued at the request of the customers who preferred 
to retain the electrical apparatus installed for this special service, and has been continued at 
the rates prevailing before the service was acquired by the Commission. 

Group II— TOWNS 



Alexandria . . 
Amherstburg 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Brampton. . . 



Brockville 

Carleton Place. 
Collingwood . . 

Dundas 

Dunnville 







miles 


E.O. 


2,300 


30 


Nia. 


2,987 


257 


Nia. 


1,992 


145 


G.B. 


7,311 


48 


Nia. 


4,993 


78 


E.O. 


9,191 


62 


E.O. 


4,293 


47 


G.B. 


6,126 


24 


Nia. 


5,052 


52 


Nia. 


3,450 


37 



$ 


c. 


7,521 


20 


19,760 


34 


10,059 


72 


41,410 


23 


34,345 


65 


36,776 


61 


18,611 


03 


25,300 


98 


21,023 


03 


11,151 


21 



kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


136,252 


310 


37 


2.06 


861,005 


640 


113 


2.60 


460,320 


609 


64 


1.40 


2,606,570 


1,824 


121 


1.93 


2,174,258 


1,324 


138 


2.17 


17,974,26 


2,406 


62 


1.27 


494,960 


908 


46 


1.71 


1,274,414 


1,384 


77 


1.53 


1,138,494 


1,166 


83 


1.52 


401,866 


604 


57 


1.59 



cts. 

5.5 
2.3 
2.2 
1.6 
1.6 

2.0 
3.8 
2.0 
1.8 

2.8 



Note: Systems: 
Bay=T.B. 



-Niagara = Nia.; Georgian Bay = G.B. ; Eastern Ontario=E.O.; Thunder 



193 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 



"D" 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 
Population, 10,000 or more 



Commercial light service 


Powei 


' service 






















Total 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


a- 

o 

» C M 

4j O g 

5 68 


OJ OS 


O U 


Revenue 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


Average 
monthly 
horse- 
power 


number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








57,241.65 
44,198.28 
69,173.38 
25,818.99 
67,540.06 


2,032,510 
4,230,728 
4,271,101 
1,195,839 
4,063,690 


507 
736 
701 
304 
883 


336 
494 

508 
322 

377 


9.41 
5.17 
8.23 
6.95 

6.27 


2.8 
1.0 
1.6 

2.2 
1.7 


50,270.39 

133,935.35 
70,820.96 
68,914.40 
63,108.57 


93 
111 
110 

43 
100 


2,269 
7,448 
3,453 
2,819 
3,216 


3,628 
7,273 
4,626 
3,164 
6,611 


43,460.78 
47,272.62 

190,689.83 
71,238.20 

103,749.02 


2,179,259 
2,828,261 
16,355,876 
3,582,800 
6,612,761 


498 
715 
3,564 
863 
938 


351 
332 
397 
355 
602 


7.17 
5.56 
4.63 
7.08 
9.44 


2.0 

1.7 
1.2 
2.0 
1.6 


83,360.95 
119,140.06 
946,575.89 

76,807.24 
251,998.04 


116 
136 

855 
140 

243 


4,579 
6,974 

41,857 
4,009 

13,023 


4,064 
5,851 
36,728 
6,377 
7,932 


190,442.03 
65,260.95 
64,912.07 

157,929.08 
33,237.98 


12,977,820 
5,701,453 
2,423,786 
9,820,722 
1,956,985 


2,634 
720 
513 

1,442 
567 


420 
656 
394 
564 
299 


6.17 
7.51 
10.54 
9.07 
5.08 


1.5 
1.1 
2.7 
1.6 
1.7 


410,127.75 
77,932.34 

207,319.80 
98,389.42 
37,354.27 


508 
95 
102 
213 
122 


20,654 
4,446 
8,025 
6,473 
2,361 


19,832 
5,347 
6,954 

13,544 
3,703 


63,240.39 
61,070.20 
43,424.93 
44,999.76 

47,278.37 


3,332,823 
3,584,302 
2,899,226 
2,843,000 
2,495,290 


747 
749 
644 
642 
609 


372 
400 
394 
371 
343 


7.06 
6.82 
5.90 
5.85 
6.50 


1.9 
1.7 
1.5 
1.6 
1.9 


107,257.78 

912,996.82 

90,566.30 

57,459.18 

163,372.87 


157 

99 

144 

106 

85 


5,876 
46,161 
6,140 
3,244 
5,536 


6,064 
4,976 
6,767 
4,874 
5,170 


48,151.46 
2,699,802.99 


2,399,800 
118,735,075 


627 
24,964 


327 
404 


6.57 
9.19 


2.0 

2.3 


62,907.40 
3,213,552.67 


141 
4,127 


2,769 
126,223 


5,064 
175,694 


268,503.67 
31,576.59 

274,997.73 
39,725.09 


6,822,614 

1,894,871 

16,302,125 

2,411.639 


1,582 
427 

2,398 
454 


331 
374 
564 
456 


13.01 
6.24 
9.52 

7.51 


3.9 
1.7 
1.7 
1.6 


574,657.50 
63,698.95 

239,963.66 
55,035.88 


1,124 

81 

363 

91 


19,912 
3,300 

10,236 
3.364 


3,809 

2,720 

17,548 

3,332 



Note — The figures for power service for Toronto do not include street railway power, 
or'exhibition power. 

Note — The above group of 25 cities utilizes about 80 per cent, of the power distributed 
toy the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 



of Population, 2,000 or more 



$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








4,350.80 


91,835 


98 


75 


3.57 


4.7 


6,342.60 


13 


170 


421 


7,543.41 


332,866 


136 


197 


4.46 


2.3 


7,407.38 


17 


254 


793 


7,563.07 


358,997 


129 


234 


4.92 


2.1 


5,788.77 


13 


298 


751 


23,358.23 


1,292,404 


336 


323 


5.85 


1.8 


12,914.42 


35 


727 


2,195 


15,398.20 


872,250 


227 


321 


5.65 


1.8 


16,393 . 18 


54 


1,055 


1,605 


23,669.57 


1,389,356 


425 


274 


4.66 


1.7 


43,284.47 


71 


2,003 


2,902 


9,247.04 


261,986 


182 


117 


4.14 


3.5 


21,880.43 


20 


804 


1,110 


10,857.35 


477,240 


260 


153 


3.48 


2.3 


28,009.72 


56 


1,440 


1,700 


11,812.17 


639,406 


177 


302 


5.58 


1.8 


23,044.44 


42 


1,434 


1,385 


11,238.83 


477,477 


188 


214 


5.04 


2.4 


14,507.24 


29 


631 


821 



372 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group II— TOWNS 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumpti 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



>E8 






Elmira 

Goderich 

Hanover 

Hespeler 

Huntsville. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Kincardine . . . 
Kingsville 
Leamington . . 
Lindsay 

Listowel 

Meaford 

Merritton 

Midland 

Mimico 

Napanee* . . . . 
New Toronto. 
Orangeville. . . 

Paris 

Penetang 

Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colborne 
Port Hope*. . . 

Prescott 

Preston 

Riverside 

St. Marys. . . . 
Sandwich . . . . 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls. . 
Strathroy . . . . 

Thorold 

Tillsonburg. . . 

Walkerville. . . 
Wallaceburg. . 

Waterloo 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wingham . . . . 



Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

E.O. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

E.O. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

G.B. 



2,795 
4,221 
2,626 
2,719 
2,608 

5,050 
2,352 
2,223 
5,269 
7,056 

2,545 
2,729 
2,575 
7,826 
5,762 

2,990 
5,622 
2,721 
4,156 
3,615 

3,698 
2,671 
3,315 
5,461 
4,600 

2,757 
5,884 
4,603 
4,072 
10,655 

4,675 
7,178 
2,737 
5,037 
3,166 

10,671 

4 
7 

4 

5 



,360 

,782 
,425 
,307 



2,362 



miles 

107 
167 

35 
90 
26 

104 

69 
255 
263 

19 

154 

23 
16 

25 
75 

19 

76 
47 
76 
29 

21 

231 

33 

21 

43 

48 

86 
243 
133 
245 

103 

38 

150 

9 

116 

239 
211 

96 

80 

80 

70 



15,917.45 
25,187.65 
18,205.31 
17,836.46 
10,269.10 

32,567.41 
14,053.52 
13,405 06 
24,072.55 
40,094.36 

17,321.31 
11,304.03 
12,065.94 
34,006.94 
52,674.50 

32,531 36 
30,942.44 
12,265.53 
24,481.40 
9,038.18 

21,286.05 
11,059.06 
19,842.24 
29,972.85 
36,132.37 

15,035.58 
47,275.32 
44,159.30 
26,279.64 
96,806.75 

15,546.85 
40,494.86 
18,735.50 
20,101.17 
13,795.78 

107,115.09 
17,359.71 
54,979.67 
35,306.90 
19,038.11 

13,012.04 



kw-hr. 

946,770 

1,088,809 
734,638 
868,370 
389,920 

1,815,300 
3,933,56 
348,645 
890,751 

1,172,626 

844,844 

374,095 

654,096 

2,075,803 

3,222,272 



1,825,237 
455,273 

1,396,342 
484,334 

778,045 

450,820 

994,440 

1,488,390 



960,718 
2,595,810 
2,125,569 
1,347,111 
6,279,489 

820,784 
1,458,421 

928,064 
1,073,619 

661,010 

7,340,621 

767,216 

3,498,556 

2,667,955 

915,144 

361,142 



538 
1,-184 
690 
688 
569 

1,321 

542 

702 

1,256 

1,825 

695 

628 

620 

1,550 

1,628 

749 
1,275 

631 
1,053 

545 

854 

633 

964 

1,295 

1,191 

649 
1,538 
1,127 
1,008 
2,802 

9031 
1,666 

786 
1,166 

832 

2,581 

989 

1,792 

1,149 

787 

553 



kw-hr 

150 
79 
90 

106 
60 

115 
61 
42 
60 
54 

102 

50 

89 

111 

168 



2.52 
1.82 
2.23 
2.18 
1.57 

2.06 
2.17 
1.60 
1.62 
1.84 

2.09 
1.52 
1.64 
1.82 

2.75 



119 
61 
97 

83 

78 

58 

88 

100 



2.02 
1.64 
1.69 
1.55 

2.12 
1.41 
1.75 
2.01 



127 
142 
158 
113 
187 

78 
74 
99 
76 
66 

234 

65 

167 

196 

97 

55 



1.99 
2.59 
3.29 
2.20 
2.89 

1.48 
2.07 
1.99 
1.41 
1.39 

3.41 
1.47 
2.63 
2.59 
2.02 

2.09 



*15 months' operation. 

Note — The above group of 51 towns utilizes about 12 per cent of the power distributed 
by the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

of Population, 2,000 or more 



Commercial light service 


Power 


service 












c 




u 








Total 
number 






Mumber 


•- 




a 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


flJ ^C 


>> 


'■%» ; 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


§s| 




■ O u. 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


^ G8 








sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








6,918.35 


286,480 


126 


190 


4.59 


2.4 


14,026.76 


21 


680 


685 


12,508.69 


443,245 


216 


174 


4.91 


2.8 


17,450.91 


21 


725 


1,421 


6,235.60 


258,929 


111 


190 


4.58 


2.4 


19,703.91 


19 


717 


820 


5,550.67 


275,796 


109 


215 


4.32 


2.0 


17,838.62 


24 


962 


821 


6,777.95 


289,221 


95 


251 


5.88 


2.3 


15,195.68 


10 


879 


674 


16,093.05 


903,120 


235 


310 


5.39 


1.8 


26,417.85 


43 


1,377 


1,599 


6,927.47 


167,909 


117 


117 


4.85 


4.1 


9,331.04 


19 


366 


678 


6,208.22 


180,920 


165 


94 


3.22 


3.4 


3,298.66 


15 


142 


882 


15,241.16 


495,565 


244 


177 


5.45 


3.1 


19,724.16 


29 


551 


1,529 


23,776.28 


729,066 


330 


182 


5.95 


3.3 


30,204.16 


71 


1,439 


2,226 


7,924.86 


321,234 


157 


172 


4.23 


2.5 


11,895.68 


24 


535 


876 


6,041.26 


199,568 


131 


125 


3.79 


3.0 


5,200.04 


16 


247 


775 


2,287.24 


118,604 


55 


180 


3.47 


1.9 


53,575.16 


8 


2,569 


683 


13,606.04 


708,086 


249 


243 


4.66 


1.9 


75,380.20 


62 


5,070 


1,861 


8,522.67 


392,389 


130 


250 


5.42 


2.2 


7,318.04 


14 


415 


1,772 


19,420.55 




192 

138 








21,011.73 
118,082.18 


32 
26 


5,047 


973 


10,151.94 


617,676 


"376 


'6.18 


i'.6' 


1,439 


9,307.20 


320,104 


157 


170 


4.97 


2.9 


8,672.25 


27 


385 


815 


7,995.27 


406,391 


176 


192 


3.79 


2.0 


12,859.50 


25 


702 


1,254 


3,826.82 


199,445 


100 


169 


3.22 


1.9 


11,861.86 


26 


521 


671 


13,803.67 


404,370 


187 


184 


6.29 


3.4 


15,467.86 


27 


613 


1,068 


6,576.83 


247,985 


182 


112 


2.97 


2.7 


23,952.88 


57 


785 


872 


10,821.77 


435,367 


191 


194 


4.82 


2.5 


11,266.30 


55 


465 


1,210 


13,041.07 


591,813 


201 


250 


5.52 


2.2 


15,775.27 


20 


543 


1,516 


20,909.91 




188 








33,835.46 


56 




1,435 


10,029.98 


537,396 


170 


267 


4.98 


1.8 


5,466.69 


21 


340 


840 


19,921.17 


904,738 


225 


330 


7.25 


2.2 


43,097.98 


51 


2,358 


1,814 


5,074.70 


202,874 


56 


305 


7.62 


2.5 


10,317.61 


8 


253 


1,191 


8,558.17 


299,538 


187 


131 


3.73 


2.9 


17,730.45 


37 


728 


1,232 


20,331.08 


1,076,051 


236 


404 


7.63 


1.9 


19,954.62 


37 


925 


3,075 


20,486.28 


1,039,607 


280 


317 


6.24 


2.0 


20,392.78 


38 


834 


1,221 


15,433.50 


594,293 


272 


187 


4.85 


2.6 


29,134.39 


45 


1,002 


1,983 


10,054.50 


461,702 


179 


215 


4.68 


2.2 


9,984.28 


26 


424 


991 


6,368.17 


453,035 


180 


196 


2.75 


1.4 


31,331.61 


14 


1,620 


1,360 


11,772.71 


585,920 


206 


238 


4.75 


2.0 


11,131.65 


30 


653 


1,068 


34,795.69 


1,665,631 


354 


396 


8.27 


2.1 


177,559.60 


102 


7,945 


3,037 


9,663.97 


384,965 


204 


149 


3.73 


2.5 


49,375 13 


24 


1,981 


1,217 


21,987.94 


1,097,374 


233 


399 


8.00 


2.0 


31,445.27 


73 


1,780 


2,098 


8,966.48 


494,702 


180 


233 


4.22 


1.8 


50,587.63 


27 


2,325 


1,356 


10,117.17 


357,759 


146 


204 


5.77 


2.8 


16,855.59 


15 


663 


948 


7,839.83 


194,175 


161 


101 


4.06 


4.0 


11,846.91 


25 


410 


739 



374 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 

Note — The power used in the smaller places and rural districts is, and possibly must always 
be, a relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. Thus, the power 
used by the small municipalities in the following group, which includes small towns, villages and 
certain suburban areas in townships, is less than 10 per cent, of the power distributed by the 
Commission to Ontario municipalities. This relatively small proportion of the total power, 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



<u o g 

£68 



00 -£ 

^ OS 

£E2 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Alliston 

Alvinston 

Ancaster Twp.. 
Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton Twp. . 

Beachville 

BeavertonJ. . . 

Beeton 

Belle River. . . . 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield . . . . 
Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bradford 

Brantford Twp 
Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton* 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 

Caledonia 

Campbellville. . 
Cannington. . . . 
Cardinalf 



Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 



1,903 
P.V 

500 
1,342 

612 

4,124 

P.V. 

371 

952 

602 

781 
P.V. 
1,597 
P.V. 

970 

560 
768 
1,631 
540 
618 

600 

603 

884 

7,053 

P.V. 

P.V. 
P.V. 

1,311 

706 

P.V. 

P.V. 
1,475 
P.V. 

878 
1,284 



miles 

91 

93 
148 

74 
267 

59 

19 

250 

63 

75 

84 
103 

46 
101 

28 

80 
250 
202 

29 
161 

98 
217 
74 
79 
18 

98 
233 

12 
159 

83 

116 
65 
96 
36 
38 



$ 


c. 


10,092 


08 


4,277 


53 


2,890 


81 


8,934 


35 


4,487 


57 


7,851 


58 


983 


37 


2,356 


15 


4,109 


62 


4,359 


11 


4,290 


39 


3,389 


53 


1,943 


39 


2,914 


18 


7,534.99 


3,601 


08 


4,164 


62 


8,021 


89 


2,970 96 


3,395 


84 


3,023 


46 


2,791 


61 


4,943 


67 


19,839 


70 


963 


33 


3,483 


86 


2,259 


14 


12,179 


25 


4,895 


77 


4,305 


72 


1,221 


09 


4,441 


06 


1,244 


91 


4,684 


07 


1,762 


98 



kw-hr. 

519,385 
140,590 

91,291 
200,218 

66,143 

395,384 
15,742 
47,016 
68,955 

72,487 

219,045 
174,324 
79,951 
116,378 
252,870 

67,718 

150,335 

318,566 

87,979 

80,475 

88,350 

83,102 

109,342 

921,718 

19,896 

160,516 
46,145 



137,145 
190,552 

35,212 
136,350 

25,974 
166,989 



490 
136 
134 
344 

158 

252 
38 
114 
170 
125 

189 
125 
70 
125 
380 

121 
181 
484 
149 
153 

144 
163 
195 
750 
39 

101 

107 
406 
195 

184 

.55 
275 
40 
234 
245 



kw-hr 

90 
86 

57 
50 
35 

131 
35 
38 
35 
49 

97 
118 
93 
79 
56 

48 
70 
55 
50 
46 

51 
44 
47 
103 
41 

134 
36 



* c. 

1.74 
3.56 
1.81 
2.22 
2.38 

2.60 
2.16 
1.93 
2.10 
2.95 

1.90 
2.30 
2.25 
1.97 
1.65 

2.56 
1.95 
1.37 
1.68 
1.93 

1.74 
1.46 
2.13 
2.22 
2.01 

2.90 
1.78 



2.17 
1.98 

1.92 
1.43 
2.66 
1.70 



*15 months' operation. f5 months' operation. JIncludes certain rural consumers. 



193! 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



4 'D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



however, exerts upon the economic life of the Province a most beneficial influence. It should 
further be appreciated that about 35 per cent, of these municipalities obtain their power, not 
from Niagara, but from relatively small and isolated water-power developments throughout the 
Province. The net cost per kilowatt-hour given in the table is the cost inclusive of all charges. 
Consult also introduction to Statement "D," page 366. 





Commercial li 


ght service 






Powei 


' service 






















Total 








c 




<D 








number 






Number 


•- 




a 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


£& 


>. 


+, 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


§S| 


0)73 
SftJ 




Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


£ c "> 

<u o 5 


<v o — 


Uj3 

1* 




sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ C. 








3,309.90 


161,627 


81 


166 


3.41 


2.1 


16,378.01 


20 


650 


591 


992.41 


23,128 


20 


101 


4.35 


4.3 


1,410.88 


2 


62 


158 


1,446.97 


46,274 


38 


94 


2.94 


3.1 


1,441.67 


2 


60 


174 


4,830.33 


102,954 


108 


81 


3.80 


4.7 


3,096.71 


14 


137 


466 


2,658.11 


46,257 


59 


65 


3.75 


5.7 


1,083.91 


3 


28 


220 


1,528.44 


82,956 


37 


187 


3.44 


1.8 


446 . 29 


5 


38 


294 


723.72 


13,877 


17 


68 


3.55 


5.2 


318.62 


1 


10 


56 


1,345.52 


34,167 


36 


75 


2.95 


3.9 


987.70 


4 


26 


154 


3,610.75 


54,930 


86 


54 


3.58 


6.6 


1,550.34 


4 


51 


260 


2,334.98 


32,326 


42 


67 


4.86 


7.2 


** 122.26 


1 




168 


1,623.11 


61,191 


47 


106 


2.82 


2.7 


1,042.10 


5 


39 


241 


1,250.29 


51,956 


30 


144 


3.47 


2.4 


5,614.67 


3 


207 


158 


108.22 


4,124 


5 


69 


1.81 


2.6 


800 . 29 


2 


57 


77 


889.85 


28,797 


27 


83 


2.56 


3.2 


8,714.65 


4 


376 


156 


2,453.43 


102,580 


58 


149 


3.56 


2.4 


2,415.27 


10 


108 


448 


2,530.27 


46,468 


35 


111 


6.02 


5.4 


3,599.98 


6 


105 


162 


1,611.39 


44,327 


36 


106 


3.84 


3.6 


1,170.99 


4 


52 


221 


5,929.97 


290,811 


118 


209 


4.26 


2.0 


4,764.14 


14 


202 


616 


988.56 


23,758 


24 


79 


3.30 


4.2 


2,470.44 


10 


84 


183 


1,577.54 


34,896 


46 


58 


2.63 


4.5 


814.42 


4 


43 


203 


820.47 


22,793 


40 


47 


1.71 


3.6 


2,372.35 


9 


92 


193 


1,382.60 


52,169 


46 


91 


2.40 


2.7 


977.98 


5 


76 


214 


3,274.98 


78,815 


62 


109 


4.55 


4.2 


4,220.55 


8 


149 


265 


4,059.12 


195,005 


42 


369 


7.69 


2.1 


2,667.19 


6 


119 


798 


994.69 


24,610 


26 


76 


3.07 


4.0 


907.72 


4 


38 


69 


983.98 


36,596 


16 


191 


5.13 


2.7 


184.65 


3 


13 


120 


1,683.04 


49,061 


38 


102 


3.51 


3.4 


1,742.06 


6 


69 


151 


6,638.60 




104 
60 








4,587.42 
512.37 


10 
2 


"l7 


520 


2,289.87 


' 59,630 


" "84 


'3.23 


i'.s 


257 


972.40 


42,992 


35 


102 


2.32 


2.3 


1,855.05 


4 


69 


223 


650.21 


16,873 


23 


61 


2.36 


3.9 


1,060.27 


2 


43 


80 


4,601.58 


173,720 


87 


168 


4.46 


2.6 


2,587.11 


8 


92 


370 


443.05 


14,811 


8 


154 


4.62 


3.0 








48 


2,183.76 


69,410 


66 


88 


2.76 


3.1 


"770^52 


"ll 


"54 


311 


694.16 




35 








239.77 


2 




282 















"One month only. 



376 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

trom 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



p 



S c m 

S ° £ 
>H8 



V OS 

> £3 



** 



Cayuga 

Chatsworth. . . . 

Chesley 

Chest erville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cold water 

Comber 

Cookstown . . . . 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester .... 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dutton 

Elmvale 

Elm wood 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach* . . . 
Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Georgetown . . . 

Glencoe 

Grand Yallev . . 







miles 


Nia. 


671 


82 


G.B. 


257 


23 


G.B. 


1,772 


46 


E.O. 


968 


44 


Nia. 


1,171 


4 


Nia. 


461 


173 


Nia. 


1,937 


155 


G.B. 


615 


17 


Nia. 


P.V. 


216 


G.B. 


P.V. 


65 


Nia. 


P.V. 


257 


Nia. 


394 


215 


G.B. 


610 


60 


Nia. 


P.V. 


163 


Nia. 


P.V. 


137 


Nia. 


P.V. 


129 


Nia. 


508 


169 


Nia. 


1,465 


210 


Nia. 


P.V. 


90 


Nia. 


P.V. 


140 


G.B. 


594 


18 


G.B. 


1,722 


23 


Nia. 


805 


152 


G.B. 


P.V. 


32 


G.B. 


P.V. 


40 


Nia. 


1,244 


94 


Nia. 


424 


107 


Nia. 


210 


210 


Nia. 


21 


209 


Nia. 


1,732 


254 


Nia. 


14,212 


73 


Nia. 


1,615 


155 


Nia. 


2,286 


94 


E.O. 


377 


53 


G.B. 


454 


7 


Nia. 


763 


25 


Nia. 


1,415 


256 


Nia. 


1,992 


100 


Nia. 


759 


229 


G.B. 


583 


51 



2,437.21 
1,230.50 
7,895.91 
4,805 . 86 
6,664.61 

1,998.00 
11,404.08 
2,562 80 
2,592.84 
2,107.44 

2,585.18 
1,943.52 
2,293.11 
1,673.53 
1,275.24 

2,524.25 
2,881.87 
5,515.99 
2,057.72 
1,261.72 

2,510.21 
5,415.39 
3,408.09 
2,446.83 
1,002.07 

6,667.85 
2,599.74 
3,176.24 
1,229.61 
8,641.52 

95,905.81 

10,769.94 

14,022.53 

2,111.18 

2,458.16 

4,784.55 

10,184.51 

12,790.62 

5,420.70 

2,842.89 



kw-hr. 

63,240 

18,810 
271,151 
196,383 
315,570 

43,251 

478,237 

109,580 

73,742 

27,794 

58,808 
30,598 
55,752 
39,913 
23,269 

87,116 
89,804 
171,799 
62,264 
29,629 

67,258 

177,510 

127,679 

84,230 

13,005 

286,134 
66,379 
66,138 
20,817 

307,190 

1,245,597 

441,447 

658,885 

25,486 

61,530 

178,087 
326,840 
640,362 
134,194 
55,134 



94 

58 
413 
212 
280 

95 
514 
129 
100 

96 

105 
71 

152 
67 
48 

130 
154 
349 

83 
38 

160 
387 
204 
134 

55 

305 
95 

116 
61 

447 

3,653 

441 

599 

70 

126 

209 
450 
637 
219 
135 



kw-hr 

61 

27 
55 
77 
99 

39 
78 
71 
62 

25 

48 
36 
31 
52 
40 

56 
49 
41 
65 
59 

36 
39 

52 
50 
21 

80 
58 
46 
30 
61 

98 
84 
94 

31 
41 

72 
61 
86 
52 
34 



$ c. 


2.33 


1.77 


1.61 


1.89 


2.10 


1.80 


1.87 


1.67 


2.18 


1.87 


2.09 


2.28 


1.28 


2.58 


2.21 


1.62 


1.58 


1.32 


2.14 


2.50 


1.34 


1.19 


1.40 


1.44 


1.59 


1.86 


2.28 


2.23 


1.77 


1.68 


2.21 


2.08 


2.00 


2.54 


1.65 


1.93 


1.91 


1.71 


2.08 


1.77 



Tnusual conditions — summer resort. 



93 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 





Commercial 


ight service 


Power service 






















Total 








c 




u 








number 






Number 


•- 




a, 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


o£a 


>> 


+i 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


&li 


&2 


O 1- 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


^B8 


2c 

D OS 






sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








2,162.13 


51,686 


48 


92 


3.83 


4.2 


1,381.13 


3 


31 


145 


1,428.43 


27,040 


32 


68 


3.61 


5.3 


420.48 


1 


20 


91 


3,936.88 


157,270 


102 


128 


3.22 


2.5 


10,035.47 


20 


347 


535 


2,239.60 


69,038 


57 


103 


3.16 


3.2 


3,200.30 


3 


110 


272 


1,504.38 


92,737 


43 


180 


2.92 


1.6 


1,950.20 


7 


57 


330 


1,378.42 


36,663 


38 


83 


3.10 


3.8 


105.25 


1 


5 


134 


5,603.11 


190,076 


120 


134 


3.96 


2.9 


5,455.00 


15 


210 


649 


1,528.98 


62,115 


57 


89 


2.20 


2.5 


5,258.57 


4 


182 


190 


2,266.22 


• 59,035 


46 


108 


4.15 


3.8 


3,221.99 


2 


75 


148 


1,452.24 


20,736 


36 


48 


3.36 


7.0 


330.44 


3 


16 


135 


1,339.16 


44,294 


26 


137 


4.13 


3.0 


360.00 


1 


15 


132 


1,023.31 


21,543 


23 


78 


3.71 


4.8 


389.88 


1 


8 


95 


1,753.75 


50,015 


55 


76 


2.66 


3.5 


1,338.05 


5 


59 


212 


988 . 10 


18,245 


25 


61 


3.29 


5.4 


1,265.06 


1 


42 


93 


686.33 


15,608 
26,521 


19 
31 


68 

71 


3.01 
2.39 


4.4 

3.4 








67 


888.77 


552.98 


2 


35 


163 


1,915.97 


47,748 


61 


71 


2.85 


4.0 


1,285.03 


5 


60 


220 


4,819.53 


174,861 


117 


127 


3.49 


2.8 


5,813.64 


14 


213 


480 


768.16 


24,063 


24 


84 


2.67 


3.2 


841.23 


2 


28 


109 


926.70 


19,874 


27 


72 


3.36 


4.7 


516.59 


3 


21 


68 


2,208.63 


66,684 


72 


75 


2.49 


3.3 


2,148.21 


3 


111 


235 


4,033.69 


133,555 


99 


111 


3.34 


3.0 


11,075.48 


10 


428 


496 


2,774.14 


106,881 


70 


126 


3.28 


2.6 


3,148.57 


7 


139 


281 


1,654.62 


50,595 


55 


77 


2.51 


3.3 


3,738.89 


10 


221 


199 


514.80 


7,777 


20 


33 


2.20 


6.6 


1,302.12 


1 


31 


76 


3,648.42 


115,071 


77 


125 


3.95 


3.2 


8,391.00 


3 


336 


385 


1,720.28 


32,600 


47 


62 


3.30 


5.3 


1,460.86 


3 


46 


145 


866.44 


14,153 


11 


107 


6.56 


6.1 


550.42 


2 


26 


129 


210.56 


2,880 
222,586 


2 
118 


120 
159 


8.78 
4.31 


7.3 

2.7 








63 


6,049.65 


"7,963*95 


"20 


' 318 


585 


22,906.22 


1,241,400 


329 


315 


5.82 


1.8 


16,544.62 


23 


767 


4,005 


5,132.00 


153,764 


118 


108 


3.59 


3.3 


6,060.77 


10 


267 


569 


6,214.30 


213,435 


119 


153 


4.45 


2.9 


11,069.44 


18 


400 


736 


1,729.66 


22,988 


34 


56 


4.24 


7.5 


912.48 


1 


25 


105 


1,739.56 


43,887 


45 


85 


3.37 


3.9 


366.39 


1 


17 


173 


832.97 


27,786 


26 


89 


2.67 


3.0 


587.86 


4 


24 


239 


4,621.17 


151.625 


125 


99 


3.01 


3.0 


5,057.25 


23 


192 


598 


5,556.57 


261,082 


130 


170 


3.62 


2.1 


21,158.81 


24 


930 


791 


3,407.26 


99,033 


79 


107 


3.69 


3.4 


3,140.85 


6 


107 


304 


2,120.89 


32,403 


50 


52 


3.43 


6.5 


1,707.70 


2 


59 


187 



378 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population) 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 







c 






Number 








of 


>>§• 


>> 


Consumption 


con- 


S?5 3 


5f5 




sumers 


ggK 


2c 






5 o c 


a; OS 






>ux 


>t=s 



Granton 

Graven hurst. . . 
Hagersville 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Humberstone . . 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Kirkfield.' 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

La Salle 

London Twp.. 
Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc* 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown . . . 

Maxville 

Merlin 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 
Mt. Brydges. . 
Mt. Forest. . . . 

Neustadt 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. 

Niagara-on-the- 

Lake 



Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


1,776 


Nia. 


1,246 


Nia. 


1,274 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,421 


Nia. 


753 


Nia. 


350 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,597 


Nia. 


471 


E.O. 


1,298 


G.B. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,423 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


581 


E.O. 


560 


Nia. 


628 


Nia. 


7,821 


Nia. 


573 


G.B. 


1,147 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,067 


G.B. 


798 


Nia. 


969 


E.O. 


1,023 


E.O. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


746 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,775 


Nia. 


1,122 


Nia. 


1,645 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


1,823 


G.B. 


431 


Nia. 


298 


Nia. 


1,454 


Nia. 


1,547 



miles 

147 

7 

75 

167 

267 

25 
161 
217 

34 

22 

81 

62 

35 

8 

130 

21 

25 
248 
128 
141 

68 

62 

25 

7 

114 

20 
14 
26 
219 
88 

139 
135 
168 
141 
38 

40 
223 
106 

13 



$ 


c. 


1,656 


.60 


7,952 


.73 


4,597 


.80 


6,175 


.18 


7,619 


.44 


6,631 


08 


3,507.49 


1,672 


05 


1,148 


10 


9,290 


28 


1,648 


37 


6,382 


04 


803 


38 


6,387 


28 


3,493 


88 


2,427 


34 


2,017 


16 


9,300 


58 


8,948 


59 


4,715 


32 


6,507 


52 


1,765 


42 


3,164 


88 


5,617 


46 


3,458 


11 


858 


60 


3,217 


89 


2,032 


80 


10,899 


18 


5,056 


10 


9,755 


00 


690 


99 


2,463 


41 


6,918 


18 


2,198 


11 


1,093 


34 


9,964 


94 


14,024 


74 



kw-hr. 

62,997 
436,242 
216,781 
217,976 
508,621 

142,406 

144,252 

39,435 

10,485 

347,019 

38,745 
173,756 

16,374 
198,458 

95,744 

42,419 

25,971 

343,578 

321,469 

181,336 

141,468 
72,773 



102,253 
153,382 

64,240 
11,570 
41,961 

42,955 
448,772 

230,742 

450,361 

13,921 

87,220 

292,810 

23,826 

20,003 

458,078 

906,511 





kw-hr 


$ c. 


79 


66 


1.75 


408 


89 


1.62 


300 


61 


1.30 


311 


59 


1.67 


231 


192 


2.87 


279 


42 


1.95 


173 


70 


1.71 


95 


35 


1.51 


50 


18 


1.95 


480 


62 


1.66 


93 


37 


1.58 


297 


51 


1.89 


26 


52 


2.57 


305 


56 


1.81 


107 


77 


2.79 


124 


30 


1.69 


73 


30 


2.33 


198 


145 


3.93 


293 


93 


2.58 


167 


90 


2.34 


256 


46 


2.10 


77 


80 


1.94 


267 

187 






46 


1.43 


252 


52 


1.89 


188 


29 


1.55 


33 


29 


2.17 


141 


26 


1.99 


102 


35 


1.68 


456 


82 


2.00 


211 


89 


1.95 


445 


85 


1.84 


44 


25 


1.23 


135 


55 


1.56 


422 


60 


1.41 


94 


22 


1.99 


60 


28 


1.52 


342 


110 


2.39 


452 


172 


2.66 



cts. 

2.6 
1.8 
2.1 
2.8 
1.5 

4.7 

2.4 

4.2 

10.9 

2.7 

4.3 
3.7 
4.9 
3.2 
3.6 

5.7 
7.7 
2.7 
2.8 
2.6 

4.6 
2.4 



3.0 

3.7 

5.4 

7.4 
7.7 
4.7 
2.4 

2.2 
2.2 
5.0 
2.8 
2.4 

9.2 

5.5 
2.2 

1.5 



*6 months only with standard records. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



379 



1 'D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial light service 


Power service 






















Total 








c 




u 








number 






Number 


•2 




S 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


>>9 


>> 


^j" 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


M-5 3 


&2 




Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


ggg 


2|- 

ij OS 




sumers 


power 










$ SS 


3 as 


£* 










$ c. 


k\v-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








1,025.42 


39,044 


31 


105 


2.76 


2.6 


987.58 


1 


38 


111 


5,432.12 


271,645 


89 


300 


6.00 


2.0 


7,845.45 


12 


321 


509 


4,472.92 


257,474 


106 


202 


3.52 


1.7 


27,059.41 


15 


1,675 


421 


3,783.85 


117,405 


97 


104 


3.34 


3.2 


6,261.41 


12 


248 


420 


4,149.56 


140,742 


76 


161 


4.74 


2.9 


3,675.80 


4 


175 


311 


1,888.80 


41,176 


57 


64 


2.91 


4.6 


5,891.94 


3 


174 


339 


1,816.45 


54,804 


54 


82 


2.70 


3.3 


2,743.74 


13 


111 


240 


812.20 


29,043 


35 


69 


1.93 


2.8 


1,953.46 


5 


63 


135 


595.67 


5,991 


17 


29 


2.92 


9.9 


307.72 


1 


8 


68 


2,805.14 


144,480 


73 


172 


3.34 


1.9 


6,638.05 


7 


216 


560 


1,300.07 


49,046 


37 


112 


2.97 


2.7 


4,113.93 


4 


149 


134 


3,921.06 


117,785 


82 


123 


4.08 


3.3 


4,400.85 


7 


162 


386 


876.77 


20,822 


19 


96 


4.06 


4.2 


285.48 


1 


20 


46 


4,774.91 


117,642 


80 


126 


5.10 


4.1 


2,759.85 


7 


143 


392 


1,612.35 


58,219 


19 


255 


7.07 


2.7 


314.65 


1 


15 


127 


1,239.79 


26,690 


36 


64 


2.99 


4.6 


120.69 


2 


5 


162 


2,284.94 


29,978 


41 


62 


4.76 


7.6 


1,408.74 


1 


24 


115 


3,177.73 


121,274 


30 


348 


9.91 


2.6 


2,507.78 


3 


69 


231 


1,566.17 


53,871 


13 


345 


10.04 


2.9 


1,505. 25 


3 


49 


309 


1,757.01 


52,409 


47 


97 


3.25 


3.4 


1,754.78 


9 


78 


223 


3,252.83 


60,892 


84 


60 


3.23 


5.3 


4,049.51 


5 


107 


345 


736.95 


35,519 


18 
98 
80 


156 


3.23 


2,1 


916.65 


1 
6 
9 


49 
"84 


96 
371 


" 2,500 '44 


"'79,183 


86 


i'.ii 


3.2 


"991 ^58 


276 


2,526.44 


72,355 


62 


93 


3.24 


3.5 


4,848.52 


10 


178 


324 


1,674.09 


37,577 


47 


65 


2.91 


4.5 


** 117.02 


2 




237 


869.79 


14,599 
31,238 


23 

48 


57 
55 


3.45 
3.68 


6.0 
6.6 








56 


2,076.38 


' 308 '59 


2 


' 6 


191 


1,268.33 


31,841 


39 


67 


2.68 


4.0 


4,195.80 


4 


133 


145 


5,224.28 


199,255 


98 


166 


4.35 


2.6 


29,835.26 


20 


1,151 


574 


2,560.57 


95,681 


73 


91 


2.42 


2.7 


4,972.38 


8 


252 


292 


4,657.69 


208,609 


112 


154 


3.43 


2.2 


5,408.51 


22 


281 


579 


728.14 


11,513 


32 


33 


2.09 


6.3 


1,323.32 


2 


48 


78 


984.39 


20,566 


35 


49 


2.34 


4.8 


883.04 


3 


29 


173 


5,373.71 


07,280 


196 


104 


2.70 


2.6 


5,612.39 


12 


157 


630 


1,321.60 


19,637 


27 


62 


4.16 


6.7 


95.65 


2 


3 


123 


865.75 


16,439 


28 


49 


2.58 


5.3 


621.46 


2 


31 


90 


4,006.12 


152,119 


91 


142 


3.75 


2.7 


4,567.02 


12 


225 


445 


2,980.00 


161,995 


75 


182 


3.36 


1.8 


2,640.59 


10 


92 


537 



: Broken period. 



380 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



u"~ B 

g g w 

>S8 



2 c 
<u o s 

3 6S 



Nipigon. . . . 
Norwich . . . 
Norwood. . . 
Oil Springs. 
Omemee . . . 



Otterville. . 

Paisley 

Palmerston. 
Parkhill.. .. 
Plattsville. 



Point Edward . 
Port Credit . . . 
Port Dalhousie. 
Port Dover. . . . 
Port McNicol. . 



Port Perry . . . 
Port Rowan. . 
Port Stanley*. 

Priceville 

Princeton 



Queenston 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill. 
Ridgetown .... 
Ripley 



Rock wood 

Rodney 

Russell 

St. Clair Beach. 
St. George 



St. Jacobs 

Scarboro Twp.. 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Springfield 



Stamford Twp. 

Stayner 

Stirling! 

Stouffville. . . . 
Sunderland. . . 



T.B. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
G.B. 



P.V. 

1,213 

764 

466 

481 

P.V. 

700 
1,792 

959 
P.V. 

1,378 
1,400 
1,656 
1,628 
831 

1,185 

68 

583 

P.V 

P.V 

P.V 

362 

1,170 

1,983 

423 

P.V. 

752 
P.V. 

107 
P.V. 

P.V. 

17,105 

1,702 

1,135 

393 

6,790 
968 
879 

1,053 
P.V. 



miles 

14 
110 

10 
226 

15 

115 

56 
161 
157 

96 

209 

69 

21 
108 

21 

58 

124 

146 

12 

96 

7 

19 

103 

211 

69 

87 
163 

58 
247 

82 

102 
87 

147 
31 

151 

2 

53 

19 

110 

44 



2,267.95 
7,662.74 
4,689.41 
1,659.24 
2,486.29 

2,095.67 
3,603.90 
9,882.62 
4,882.37 
2,149.30 

5,849.83 

11,431.33 

12,914.43 

6,546.64 

2,848.72 

6,903.89 

2,443.38 

11,067.61 

596.42 

2,216.22 



2,720.12 
1,561. 
6,180.30 
9,993.51 

2,771.35 

2,831.95 
3,037.96 
2,533.07 
2,313.50 
2,652 01 

3,149.52 
77,958.80 
9,569.87 
5,633.22 
1,617.62 

51,366.64 
3,788.69 
6,438.57 
6,075.07 
1,974.68 



kw-hr. 




47,471 


109 


374,610 


348 


109,038 


209 


46,218 


71 


64,372 


127 


73,799 


108 


48,515 


173 


483,849 


399 


125,965 


224 


40,528 


85 


206,748 


289 


793,497 


399 


789,238 


575 


200,931 


397 


78,967 


161 


189,304 


276 


47,452 


88 


434,567 


566 


5,571 


30 


51,635 


80 


124,022 


66 


27,617 


44 


253,370 


317 


437,026 


540 


39,293 


108 


121,251 


139 


97,259 


188 


35,769 


103 


99,366 


51 


154,441 


131 


172,493 


102 


3,574,661 


3,904 


441,983 


496 


186,429 


287 


48,479 


92 


3,088,190 


1,550 


152,586 


221 




265 
301 


185,315 


34,902 


103 



kw-hr 

38 
91 
44 

55 
42 

57 
24 
102 
48 
39 

59 

170 

115 

44 

41 

57 
49 
64 
17 
51 

157 
58 
65 
68 
31 

73 
43 
29 
176 
98 

141 
76 
76 
53 
44 

170 

57 



$ c. 

1.80 
1.86 
1.88 
1.98 
1.63 

1.62 

1.76 
2.09 
1.85 
2.08 

1.67 
2.44 
1.89 
1.43 
1.48 

2.10 
2.51 
1.63 
1.78 
2.17 

3.43 
3.25 
1.58 
1.55 

2.22 

1.70 
1.33 
2.05 
4.10 
1 : 69 

2.57 
1.65 
1.65 
1.61 
1.48 

2.83 
1.42 



cts. 

4.8 
2.0 
4.3 
3.6 
3.9 

2.8 
7.4 
2.0 
3.9 
5.3 



1.68 
1.65 



3.6 
5.1 
2.5 
10.7 
4.3 

2.2 
5.7 
2.4 
2.3 
7.1 

2.3 
3.1 
7.1 
2.3 
1.7 

1.8 

2.2 
2.2 
3.0 
3.3 

1.7 
2.5 



3.3 

5.7 



"Summer consumers included. fFlat rate part of year. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



1 'D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 





Commercial 1 


ight service 


Power service 






















Total 








a 




u 








number 






Number 


•2 




Q. 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


*9 


>. 


^, 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


w-5 3 


<V71 


O u 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


« g a 

>S8 


2c 

u OS 


UJ3 




sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








2,036.21 


60,059 
104,568 


38 

84 


135 
103 


4.59 
2.66 


3.7 
2.6 








147 


2,697.69 


"" 2,315 '.$& 


7 


Ill 


439 


2,546.90 


50,740 


65 


64 


3.22 


5.0 


2,036.31 


4 


78 


278 


983.27 


29,101 


30 


73 


2.48 


3.4 


7,831.10 


30 


214 


131 


1,171.33 


29,296 


41 


63 


2.50 


4.0 


294.13 


6 


19 


174 


1,564.55 


46,794 


40 


95 


3.18 


3.3 


675.83 


3 


25 


151 


2,585.66 


59,725 


61 


91 


3.92 


4.3 


1,269.65 


4 


39 


238 


5,586.33 


259,600 


102 


205 


4.41 


2.2 


6,225.14 


8 


244 


509 


2,785.94 


. 77,825 


74 


86 


3.10 


3.6 


1,516.59 


5 


70 


303 


953.21 


22,359 


25 


75 


3.18 


4.3 


757.09 


1 


15 


111 


1,782.84 


57,838 


39 


118 


3.62 


3.1 


19,891.18 


14 


810 


342 


4,824.69 


245,923 


73 


244 


4.79 


2.0 


1,667.87 


5 


82 


477 


2,010.72 


88,863 


50 


151 


3.42 


2.3 


4,014.48 


8 


205 


633 


4,619.04 


142,649 


132 


89 


2.89 


3.2 


4,695.05 


13 


193 


542 


544.20 


16,006 


22 


53 


1.81 


3.4 


71.28 


1 


2 


184 


1,699.60 


51,936 


72 


60 


1.97 


3.3 


4,725.28 


13 


157 


361 


1,766.00 


27,350 


33 


70 


4.53 


6.5 


102.76 


1 


3 


122 


3,240.09 


84,040 


76 


93 


3.60 


3.9 


4,200.56 


14 


149 


656 


323.71 


3,362 
16,492 


9 
16 


31 
92 


3.00 
3.39 


9.6 
3.7 








39 


609.45 


""2,670 .87 


3 


*61 


99 


201.64 


4,753 


6 


66 


2.80 


4.2 


771.57 


1 


26 


73 


1,718.90 


30,926 
150,589 


23 
64 


103 
206 


5.73 
4.38 


5.6 
2.1 








67 


3,202.72 


"2,626! ii 


""l2 


104 


393 


4,994.09 


217,034 


154 


127 


2.93 


2.3 


6,450.25 


22 


348 


716 


2,194.46 


33,274 
44,816 


46 

32 


60 

120 


3.97 
2.98 


6.6 

2.5 








154 


1,107.25 


378.35 


1 


11 


172 


2,343.06 


78,665 


75 


90 


2.67 


3.0 


1,592.46 


5 


89 


268 


1,465.83 


20,481 


33 


52 


3.70 


7.2 


285.79 


1 


11 


137 


1,485.45 


44,952 


9 


468 


15.47 


3.3 


606.62 


2 


19 


62 


805.88 


34,159 


33 


89 


2.10 


2.4 


2,188.99 


3 


84 


167 


1,163.93 


40,668 


25 


136 


3.88 


2.9 


3,102.75 


6 


117 


133 


17,696.22 


850,392 


323 


326 


4.71 


2.1 


23,155.96 


33 


582 


4,260 


5,588 05 


226,811 


120 


156 


3.85 


2.5 


4,843.71 


12 


225 


628 


3,654.14 


115,614 


91 


104 


3.27 


3.2 


1,601.93 


9 


96 


387 


819.46 


21,783 


34 


52 


1.95 


3.7 


3,320.70 


4 


122 


130 


7,920.05 


460,632 


100 


366 


6.29 


1.7 


5,878.59 


12 


222 


1,662 


2,527.82 


92,355 


74 


104 


2.85 


2.7 


2,741.96 


11 


151 


306 


4,567.45 




90 

82 








2,447.84 
1,283.84 


8 

5 


"52 


363 


2,725.49 


69,272 


"""70 


2.77 


3^9 


388 


1,713.52 


39,719 


39 


85 


3.66 


4.3 


93.47 


2 


6 


144 



382 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





a 




Number 






of 


>>£ 


>> 


con- 
sumers 




oca 

2c 




v o « 


a> O J3 




^aa 


>y 2 



Sutton. . . . 

Tara 

Tavistock . 
Tecumseh . 
Tees water. 



Thamesford . 
Thamesville 
Thedford. . . 
Thorndale. . 
Thornton. . . 



Tilbury 

Toronto Twp... . 

Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp., 
No. 1 



Trafalgar Twp. 

No. 2* 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour. 
Wardsville 



Warkworth .... 
Waterdown. . . . 

Waterford 

Watford 

W 7 aubaushene. . 



Wellesley. . . . 
Wellington . . 
West Lome . . 
W T heatley . . . . 
Williamsburg 



Winchester . . 
Windermeref 
Woodbridge . 
Woodville . . . 
Wyoming . . . 



York, East, Twp 
York, North, Twp 
Zurich 



Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 



Nia. 
G.B. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

E.O. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 



833 
441 
965 
2,260 
817 

P.V. 
886 
535 

P.V. 

P.V. 

1,886 

8,047 

545 

3,732 



1,425 

1,104 

214 

P.V 

874 

1,097 



miles 

114 

34 

129 

246 

58 

136 
207 
268 
136 

58 

209 
67 

82 



60 

17 
225 

17 
57 
94 



1,045 


256 


P.V. 


12 


P.V. 


111 


912 


22 


777 


159 


698 


279 


P.V. 


28 


1,004 


38 


123 


22 


727 


85 


405 


40 


472 


239 


27,408 


86 


10,332 


84 


P.V. 


168 



$ 


c. 


6,810.04 


2,955 


63 


6,679 


85 


15,159 


54 


4,637 


86 


2,263 


52 


4,461 


28 


2,643 


90 


1,370.46 


1,246.97 


6,313 


64 


50,586 


57 


2,917 


70 


13,047 


.09 


4,293 


.08 


7,385 


.94 


2,531 


.03 


990 


.23 


2,002 


.15 


5,229 


.77 


7,050.32 


6,116 


.52 


1,933 


.71 



2,668.92 
4,313.87 
3,475.85 
4,339.02 
1,378.31 

5,670.68 
826.01 
5,219.93 
1,950.65 
2,224.35 

146,962.27 

74,114.72 

3,015.06 



kw-hr. 

143,236 

51,444 

356,538 

589,305 

81,366 

83,329 
183,266 
48,076 
33,769 
15,982 

245,187 

2,940,048 

37,801 

511,266 



162,592 

222,302 

77,941 

14,786 

35,447 
226,114 
426,410 
174,900 

67,244 

88,463 
138,509 

95,224 
114,834 

46,972 

268,554 



252,076 
50,228 
38,390 

6,811,508 

2,917,968 

78,452 



363 
118 
252 
483 
206 

117 

212 

128 

68 

51 

414 

1,667 

118 

250 



106 

320 

155 

51 

91 
214 
309 

272 
118 

120 
265 
191 

184 

55 

273 
43 
232 
100 
120 

8,124 

2,216 

118 



kw-hr 

33 

37 

120 

101 

33 

61 
73 
31 
40 
27 

50 

151 

26 

177 



124 
59 

43 
25 

33 
88 
114 
54 
49 

62 
44 
42 
53 
71 

82 



94 
43 
26 

72 

119 

54 



$ c. 

1.59 
2.12 
2.24 
2.59 
1.87 

1.65 
1.77 
1.72 
1.63 
2.08 

1.28 
2.58 
2.04 

4.54 



3.28 
1.95 
1.40 
1.65 



1.87 
1.37 
1.52 
2.02 
2.09 

1.74 



1.95 
1.68 
1.52 

1.55 
3.02 
2.15 



cts. 

4.8 
5.7 
1.9 
2.6 

5.7 

2.7 
2.4 
5.5 
4.1 
7.8 

2.6 
1.7 

7.7 

2.5 



2.6 

3.3 
3.3 
6.7 

5.6 
2.3 
1.7 
3.5 
2.8 

3.0 
3.1 
3.7 
3.8 
2.9 

2.1 



2.1 
3.9 

5.7 

2.2 
2.5 
3.8 



"Trafalgar Twp. Zone No. 2 population included in Zone No. 
f5 months' only. 



1931 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



383 



"D"— Concluded 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1930 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 





Commercial 


Sight service 




Power service 




Revenue 


Consumption 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


c 

g c in 
ti c S 
£88 


>> 


s 

O u 


Revenue 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


Average 
monthly 
horse- 
power 


Total 

number 

of 

con- 
sumers 


$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








2,999.25 
1,777.69 
2,131.78 
3,747.23 
2,632.34 


61,551 
16,076 
85,061 
119,633 
49,750 


73 
41 
73 
53 
60 


71 
34 
98 
192 
69 


3.47 
3.75 
2.45 
6.01 
3.66 


4.9 
11.1 

2.5 
3.1 
5.3 


1,472.12 
1,221.47 
8,354.42 
3,574.53 
1,073.57 


5 
5 
5 
3 
7 


39 
34 
322 
98 
41 


441 
164 
330 
539 

273 


1,412.84 
3,532.94 
1,463.88 
1,071.09 
666.18 


56,863 

136,955 

33,728 

' 24,035 

11,709 


36 
82 
41 

28 
18 


137 

143 

70 

69 

54 


3.41 
3.68 
3.05 
3.08 
3.08 


2.5 
2.6 
4.3 
4.5 

5.7 


3,134.71 

1,862.74 

720.71 

718.06 

.332.56 


8 

7 
2 
1 
2 


106 
95 
31 
19 
16 


161 

301 

171 

97 

71 


6,289.01 

14,080.39 

2,419.66 


245,559 

607,035 

29,546 


134 
147 

52 


158 

344 

46 


4.05 

7.98 
3.73 


2.6 

2.3 
8.2 


11,102.19 
4,847.96 
1,314.22 


16 

19 

6 


677 

247 

39 


564 

1,833 

176 


573.25 


15,123 


2 


630 


23.89 


3.8 


1,006.29 


11 


55 


263 


454.45 




15 
99 

27 
26 














121 


3,506.17 

942.92 

1,187.44 


94,058 
28,326 
23,269 


82 
87 

75 


3.04 
2.91 

3.81 


3.7 
3.3 
5.1 


1,278.03 
152.43 


13 

2 


69 
6 


432 
184 

77 


1,407.27 


26,851 
49,860 
115,345 
80,000 
18,646 


41 
27 
71 
81 
18 


55 

154 

141 

83 

86 


2.86 
2.59 
2.31 
3.46 
2.45 


5.2 
1.7 
1.6 
4.2 
2.8 








132 


838.64 
1,888.41 
3,321.00 

529.47 


2,214.27 

4,313.32 

2,547.32 

284.36 


6 

11 

5 

4 


110 
226 

73 
16 


247 
391 
358 
140 


837.36 
1,947.34 
1,853.39 
2,751.71 

474.11 


30,081 
63,900 
52,408 
73,277 
13,642 


34 
61 
54 
62 
19 


81 
87 
70 
103 
61 


2.25 
2.66 
2.49 
3.85 
2.08 


2.8 
3.0 
3.5 
3.8 
3.5 


2,371.72 
3,222.39 
7,647.25 
1,587.20 
190.28 


4 
8 
5 
4 
1 


82 

112 

291 

63 

15 


158 
334 
250 
250 

75 


2,883.71 
447.40 


122,169 


65 

7 

47 

30 

47 


159 


3.75 


2.4 


993.73 


3 


35 


341 
50 


1,541.30 
1,082.02 
1,386.73 


. 59,359 

24,328 
24,637 


111 
70 
46 


2.85 
3.11 

2.57 


2.6 
4.4 
5.6 


4,030.86 

1,051.68 

102.20 


7 
3 
1 


180 
46 
10 


286 
133 
168 


16,778.12 

11,492.35 

1,987.73 


772,213 

333,796 

52,310 


360 

190 

49 


193 

159 

91 


4.20 
5.49 
3.45 


2.2 
3.4 
3.8 


47,521.33 
16,302.32 


35 
30 


2,014 
667 


8,519 

2,436 

167 













384 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT "E" 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Urban Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the Year 1930 

In Statement "E" are presented the rate schedules applicable to consumers 
for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service in each 
of the co-operating municipalities receiving service at cost through the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission.* The cost per horsepower of the power supplied 
at wholesale by the Commission to the municipality, which is an important 
factor in determining the rates to consumers, is also stated. 

Cost of Power to Municipalities 

The figures of the first column in the table represented the total cost for the 
year of the power supplied by the Commission to the municipality, divided by 
the number of horsepower supplied. Details respecting these costs are given 
in the "Cost of Power" tables relating to the several systems, as presented in 
Section IX, and an explanation of the items making up the cost of power is 
given in the introduction to that Section. 

Rates to Consumers 

The Power Commission Act stipulates that "The rates chargeable by any 
municipal corporation generating or receiving and distributing electrical power 
or energy shall at all times be subject to the approval and control of the Com- 
mission." In accordance with the Act and in pursuance of its fundamental 
principle of providing service at cost, the Commission requires that accurate 
cost records be kept in each municipality, and exercises a continuous supervision 
over the rates charged to consumers. 

From the commencement of its operations, the Commission introduced 
in the municipalities which it serves, scientifically-designed rate schedules for 
each of the three main classes into which the electrical service is usually divided, 
namely: residential or domestic service, commercial light service, and power 
service, and the schedules in use during the past year are presented in the tables 
of this statement. 

*Except townships served as parts of rural power districts, for which consult latter part 
of Section III. 



1931 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 385 

Domestic Service: Domestic rates apply to electrical service in residences, 
for all household purposes, including lighting, cooking and the operation of all 
domestic appliances. 

Commercial Light Service: Electrical energy used in stores, offices, churches, 
schools, public halls and institutions, hotels, public boarding-houses, and in all 
other premises for commercial purposes, including sign and display lighting, is 
billed at commercial lighting rates. 

Power Service: The rate schedules given for power service in Statement U E" 
are those governing the supply of power at retail by each of the local municipal 
utilities. The average amount of power sold, per consumer, under these rates 
is approximately 40 horsepower— consult Statement "D." The Commission 
serves certain large power consumers direct on behalf of the various systems of 
municipalities. 

The rates for power service, as given in the tables, are the rates for 24-hour 
unrestricted power at secondary distribution voltage. For service at primary 
distribution voltage the rates are usually five per cent lower than those stated. 
In municipalities where the load conditions and other circumstances permit, 
lower rates are available for 10-hour power, and for other forms of restricted 
service. For these classifications, discounts additional to those listed in the 
table are applicable. 

The service charge relates to the connected load or to the maximum demand, 
as measured by a 10-minute average peak, where a demand meter is installed. 
The prompt payment discount of 10 per cent on the total monthly bill is given 
for settlement within 10 days. 

Under the tabulation of rates for power service there is a column headed 
"Basis of rate 130 hours monthly use of demand." This column shows approxi- 
mately the net annual amount payable for a demand of one horsepower, assuming 
a monthly use of 130 hours, which includes 30 hours' use each month at the third 
energy rate. Broadly, the figures in this column serve to indicate approximately 
the relative cost of power service in the different municipalities listed. 



386 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 



Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1930, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse 
power basis 






Domestic service 






Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Acton 


$ c. 
32.28 
36.63 
45.98 
62.04 
54.92 


cents 

33-66 

33-66 

33-66 

33-66 

33-66 


60 
50 
55 
60 
40 


cents 

2.2 

4 

3.5 

5 

5 


cents 
1.1 

2 

1.5 
2 
2 


$ c. 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 


% 

10 


Agincourt 


10 


Ailsa Craig 


10 


Alexandria 


10 


Alliston 


10 






Alvinston 


88.38 
35.03 
29.42 
54.65 
70.59 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


60 

55 
55 
60 

55 


6 
3 
3 
6 

5 


2 
1.5 

1.5 

2 
2 


2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.66 


10 


Amherstburg 

Ancaster twp 

Apple Hill 


10 
10 
10 


Arkona 


10 






Arthur 


69.96 

54.75 
32.21 
35.21 
30.86 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


40 
30 
60 
60 
60 


6 

8 

2.4 
2.5 

2.5 


2 

2 

1.2 

1.25 

1.25 


1.67 
3.05 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Athens. . . . 


10 


Aylmer 


10 


Ayr 


10 


Baden 


10 






Barrie 


31.52 
27.82 
29.02 
33.68 
66.65 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


60 

55 
55 
60 
35 


2 
3 
3 

2.5 

7 


1 
1.5 

1.5 

1.25 

2 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 


10 


Barton twp 

Beachville 


10 
10 


Beaverton 


10 


Beeton 


10 






Belle River 


34.60 
29.90 

37.37 
55.66 
54.17 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


55 
60 
60 
50 
50 


3.5 

3 

2.5 

3 

4 


1.5 

1.5 

1.25 

1.5 

2 


1.11 

0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 


10 


Belleville 


10 


Blenheim 


10 


Bloomfield 


10 


Blyth 


10 






Bolton 


41.77 
43.14 
64.08 

27.31 
25.84 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


55 
60 
35 
60 
60 


3 

2.5 
5.5 
2 
2 


1.5 
1.25 
2 
1 

1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Bothwell 


10 


Bradford 


10 


Brampton 


10 


Brantford 


10 






Brantford twp 

Brechin 


29.42 
52.93 
36.29 
66.89 
36.00 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-33 


60 

45 
55 
60 
60 


2.5 

5 

3 

4 

5.5 


1.25 

2 

1.5 

2 

2 


1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.38 
1.11 


10 
10 


Bridgeport 


10 


Brigden 


10 


Brighton 


10 






Brockville 


30.76 
48.97 
32.17 
42.21 
26.93 


33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 
33-66 


50 
50 
60 
50 

60 


2 

4 

2.5 
4 
2.5 


1 

2 

1.25 

2 

1.25 


0.83 
1.66 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Brussels 


10 


Burford 


10 


Burgessville 

Caledonia 


10 
10 







Note. — Domestic service charge — 33 cents per month per service when the permanently 
installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per month when over 2,000 watts. 



1931 



HYDRQ-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



387 



"E" 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 



Power service 



First 




100 hrs 


All addi-